Yet another offered recruit won't be able to get to campus this weekend for Notre Dame's Junior Day. And another signal-caller at that.
Kenton, Ohio, quarterback Maty Mauk's father, Mike, reported to BlueandGold.com that the time of his son's basketball game has been moved up due to inclement weather, therefore the younger Mauk will have to postpone his visit to campus.
The 6-2, 185-pound Kenton High player also has offers in hand from Cincinnati (where his older brother, Ben, played when Brian Kelly was the coach), Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Vanderbilt and others.
Mauk has already been to campus on two occasions - summer visit and Michigan game Sept. 11 - so not being able to make it to campus this weekend shouldn't hurt Notre Dame's chances.
The Irish looked to be in a position to potentially land a commitment from the Ohio native if he took the trip as the first pledge of the 2012 recruiting class, so Mauk's situation is one to watch.