Notre Dame football: Key assistant to remain with Irish despite NFL talks

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Notre Dame has had a busy off-season not just on the recruiting front but also in searching for new coaches.  

One that they won’t need to address however, at least for now, will be their wide receiver coach.

  According to Irish Breakdown, Notre Dame wide receivers coach Chansi Stuckey will remain with the Irish after interviewing in recent days with the Baltimore Ravens.

Stuckey has only been at Notre Dame one season but has already made a significant impact regarding the future of the Fighting Irish.

 He has helped in developing a thin wide receiver room and has been vital in Notre Dame’s recruiting efforts –

specifically in bettering the wide receiver position and the team’s footprint in the state of Texas.

Stuckey played his college football at Clemson before spending time in the NFL.

  He got into coaching as a graduate assistant under Dabo swinney before coaching the Baylor wide receivers in 2021.  

Although it doesn’t mean Stuckey will be at Notre Dame long term as other NFL or college teams will likely continue to take looks,

it certainly helps the immediate outlook to have an on-the-rise assistant like him around.