Notre Dame baseball earns commitment from Michigan native

For the third time in three days, Notre Dame baseball and head coach Shawn Stiffler picked up a new pledge in the 2024 class.

After commitments from South Bend (Ind.) St. Joseph’s Jayce Lee on Tuesday

and Mishawaka (Ind.) Penn’s RJ Cromartie on Wednesday,

Brenson “Bino” Watters out of Rochester Hills (Mich.) Adams committed on Thursday.

“I’m extremely excited & blessed to announce that I will be continuing my academic & athletic career at the University of Notre Dame!”

Watters said in a tweet. “Thank you to my family & coaches for all of the support! Most importantly, thank you Notre Dame coaching staff for this opportunity!”

Watters, a first baseman and outfielder, is a top-300 player according Perfect Game.

The 6-2 lefty had the option to stay in-state, but he chose Notre Dame.

“Strong athletic build with plenty of physical projection remaining,” Watters’ Perfect Game profile reads.

“Left handed hitter, hits from an open stance with a coiled lower half load,

well-timed sequential swing, has present bat speed, pull to mid field approach,

hits confidently with a fluid and extended swing, hard line drive contact in both BP and in the games, ball comes off the barrel very well.”

Notre Dame running back Audric Estime is here to remind you that Irish fall camp begins on Friday.

Notre Dame defensive lineman Gabriel Rubio is also ready.

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