Blue and Gold Illustrated

Oct. 7, 2013 Issue

Blue & Gold Illustrated: America's Foremost Authority on Notre Dame Football

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under the DOME Receiving Gifts Freshman wideouts making impact in various roles By Lou Somogyi T Freshman wideout Corey Robinson made his first career catch against Michigan and added three more grabs against Michigan State. Photo by Bill Panzica he four-man receivi n g c o r p s N o t re Dame signed this February seemed to fall into the "Yeah, but …" category. • The 6-4 Corey Robinson had range and bloodlines … but he played against below average competition in Texas and was deemed a bit of a project. • Minnesota's James Onwualu played in a big-time football environment at Cretin-Derham Hall … but was described as a "poor man's Michael Floyd" — another Cretin-Derham Hall alumnus who starred at Notre Dame from 2008-11 — by longtime recruiting analyst Tom Lemming. • Philadelphia native William Fuller provided the most explosiveness (4.44 speed in the 40yard dash plus a 36-inch

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