Blue and Gold Illustrated

August 2016

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

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He also helped the school's 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams to second- place finishes at the Texas 6A state track meet. "He's probably one of the best athletes that I've ever coached, and I've been coaching high school foot- ball for 23 years," Hulme said. "He never comes off the field unless he just absolutely has to." The three-star prospect committed to Notre Dame on June 20, choos- ing Brian Kelly and the Irish over Baylor, TCU, LSU, Oregon, USC and Oklahoma. The 6-1, 174-pound Adebo is ranked as the No. 60 wide receiver in the country by Rivals, but Notre Dame defensive backs coach Todd Lyght has targeted the multi-sport standout to join the Irish as a cor- nerback. "Coach Lyght is a cool guy," Adebo told Blue & Gold Illustrated in March. "He has talked a lot about how he went to Notre Dame and was an All-American. "So it seems like he's really some- one you can look up to as far as go- ing through the process and really knowing what it takes to get to the next level." While playing at the highest level of high school football in Texas, Adebo was perhaps Hulme's most valuable weapon on both sides of the ball, the coach said. Adebo ran the 40-yard dash in 4.57 seconds at The Opening Dallas in March, but possesses size to match

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