No concern that Notre Dame doesn't have a commitment from a prospect who will be a senior in the fall. And here's why: Notre Dame has three scholarships — at the least — to offer high school seniors. The Irish will lose Eric Atkins, Tom Knight and Garrick Sherman. Two bigs and a guard.
Given that Mike Brey aims every year to stay old, I think he'd prefer to sign at least one high school senior (Devin Robinson? Martin Geben?) and take two transfer big men. That addresses the Irish need for size as well as keeps the program old.
Also keep in mind that eight of the 13 scholarship players will be freshmen or sophomores this season. There's talent in the underclassmen, and there also are questions. Most pressing right now is to figure out if Eric Katenda can overcome his health issues and contribute, and determine if Austin Burgett can be a true stretch-4 guy like Rob Kurz or Scott Martin. If both can play, that changes the seemingly immediate need to sign a prep player or two.
If both can't, then the lack of a commitment may catch up to the coaching staff. But there's so much unknown right now. Let's see how it all plays out.