As National Signing Day approaches on Wednesday, Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly has added three more commitments to the Class of 2010.
Quarterback Luke Massa, athlete Derek Roback and defensive end Bruce Heggie bring Notre Dame's recruitment class to 20. All commitments will make their intentions official on Monday.
The trio was among a dozen players on campus this weekend for visits, some already committed others who have yet to make their decision.
Massa is a 3-star quarterback from St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was initially recruited by Brian Kelly for the Bearcats and will now switch his commitment from Cincy to Notre Dame.
Massa is the 3rd QB in the current recruiting class, joining Andrew Hendrix and Tommy Rees.
Massa's teammate, Matt James, also visited Notre Dame this weekend. James is a 4-star offensive tackle who has yet to make his decision. He also has offers from Ohio State, Florida and Stanford--among others.
Roback is also a quarterback but is coming to Notre Dame as an athlete. He's a 3-star player from Waverly, Ohio who had an offer from Cincinnati.
Notre Dame is the only school to offer a scholarship to Heggie. Scout rates him with no stars while rivals gives him one star.