2021 All-American Deion Colzie (Athens, GA/ Athens Academy) announced his commitment to University of Notre Dame on Monday afternoon. According to 247Sports Colzie is a four-star recruit and has drawn comparisons to former Irish receiver Michael Floyd. He selected the Irish over the likes of Auburn, Ole Miss, Oregon, and Penn State.
Home is where your heart is 🖤! Committed ✌🏾! pic.twitter.com/ENmBYr2Hzh
— Deion Colzie (@almightydeion_) September 28, 2020
Colzie will be joined by fellow Notre Dame commit Blake Fisher during the 2021 All-American Bowl.
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