Former Ohio State defensive end Javontae Jean-Baptiste lands at Notre Dame
Javontae Jean-Baptiste has found a new home for his final season of college football.
The former Ohio State Buckeye will finish his career playing at Notre Dame.
Jean-Baptiste put his name in the transfer portal shortly after the Peach Bowl loss to Georgia.
Jean-Baptiste was a top 300 player coming out of high school but could never break out.
He did however have a solid career in scarlet and gray as a rotational player.
This year alone he recorded career highs with 19 tackles, four sacks, and one fumble recovery.
The former four-star prospect is heading to South Bend for his final season following former
Ohio State linebackers coach Al Washington. Washington now serves as the Irish defensive line coach.
Jean-Baptiste got his degree from Ohio State last may and had nothing but wonderful things to say about his time in Columbus.
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