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Columbus DE Anthony Rabasa commits to Notre Dame


   Columbus defensive end Anthony Rabasa didn't need more than
three days in South Bend, Indiana to realize he'd found the right
place to go to college.

   Rabasa, a 6-3, 235-pound defensive end, told The Miami Herald
Friday he had committed to the University of Notre Dame. Rabasa, a first
team All-Dade selection last year, had 80 tackles and 10 sacks to
help Columbus win a district championship.

   Rabasa is the second Columbus player this week to commit to a
major college. Wide receiver Tacoi Sumler recently committed to
Oregon.

   "I got up here and immediately I was blown away by the
atmosphere up here,'' said Rabasa, who arrived at Notre Dame on
an official visit Wednesday. "I love it. We're by Chicago, a
great city like Miami and around here the people are all about
Notre Dame football.''

   Rabasa said he visited Miami, Florida State and Florida. But
after his three days in Notre Dame, he said he probably would not
take his remaining visit.

   Rabasa, a 3.0 student, said he was excited to play for new
Irish coach Brian Kelly, and a defensive scheme that will allow
him to broaden his skills on defense.

   "This is it for me,'' Rabasa said. "They have a whole new
defense they're planning to run and it's going to be great
because it will allow me to be more than just a pass rusher. I
know this is the place where I want to be.''

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erric

where is notre dame university? how about the university of notre dame which is in notre dame, indiana not in south bend.

Zachary Bibeau

I am so glad to hear that this great young man landed on his feet. He will love being a fighting Irish!

Ben Dover

frickin' moron florida writer..it is university of, not NDU....did you grad from miami university, university of florida state or florida university?

IDIOT!

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