Eddie Vanderdoes did not recommit to USC; visiting Notre Dame next

Eddie Vanderdoes was initially reported to have recommitted to USC after visiting the school this weekend, but the five-star defensive tackle recruit confirmed he's still looking elsewhere.

Five-star defensive tackle prospect Eddie Vanderdoes asserted that his recruitment is still opening after taking an official visit to USC this weekend. He will be taking a trip to Notre Dame this upcoming weekend.

Reports had been spreading that Vanderdoes was once again off the market, but the 6'3, 310-pounder confirmed he was still looking at other schools via Twitter:

Vanderdoes initially committed to USC in July, picking the Trojans over Oregon and LSU, but decommitted in late December, citing trips he took elsewhere and with a different list of teams he's considering. The Placer, California native has also taken a trip to UCLA, and will still be visiting Notre Dame and Alabama in the next few weeks. Vanderdoes is a consensus five-star recruit, universally considered one of the top five in his class at defensive tackle.

He's not the only former USC recruit visiting the Fighting Irish this upcoming weekend, either:

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