The Notre Dame football wide receiver class is shaping up with the recent commitment of 2025 New Jersey pass catcher Elijah Burress. Former Tempe (Ariz.) Corona Del Sol star Raiden Vines-Bright, now at IMG Academy, is on Notre Dame's radar, with a strong relationship already established with Coach Brown. Vines-Bright plans to visit Notre Dame in March and aims to make his college commitment around June and July. The 6-0, 175-pound pass catcher is a four-star recruit, ranked No. 201 overall and No. 29 wide receiver in the 2025 class, with offers from notable programs including Alabama, USC, and Michigan.

By the Numbers
  • Vines-Bright had an impressive junior campaign, with 59 receptions for 1,114 yards and nine touchdowns
  • He is rated as a four-star recruit, currently sitting as the No. 201 overall player and No. 29 wide receiver in the 2025 recruiting class
State of Play
  • Notre Dame is actively pursuing Raiden Vines-Bright, aiming to secure a visit and position itself in his top group of schools
  • Vines-Bright plans to visit Notre Dame in March and make his college commitment around June and July
Bottom Line

Notre Dame's pursuit of Raiden Vines-Bright and his upcoming visit in March set the stage for a potential addition to the team, as the 2025 recruit plans to make his college commitment around June and July.