Commitment Roundup: RB Jadarian Price To Notre Dame

Notre Dame picked up a commitment from running back Jadarian Price, and Irish Breakdown has all the analysis
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Notre Dame picked up a commitment from Denison (Texas) High School running back Jadarian Price, which kicked off the offensive skill class for the Fighting Irish in the 2022 class. 

Price had offers from Ohio State, Texas, USC, Auburn, Utah, Virginia Tech, Oklahoma State, Stanford, TCU, Missouri, Baylor, Minnesota, Arizona State and Texas Tech.

Irish Breakdown has all the analysis of Price and what his commitment means for Notre Dame.

RB Jadarian Price Commits To Notre Dame - Discussing Price committing to Notre Dame, his offers and his recruiting rankings.

Class Impact: 2022 Running Back Jadarian Price To Notre Dame - Breaks down how landing Price impacts the 2022 recruiting class and how the Denison standout fits into the Notre Dame offense.

Prospect Profile: RB Jadarian Price

PODCAST: RB Jadarian Price Commits To Notre Dame - Vince DeDario and I discuss Price's game, what makes him so effective, how he fits into the Notre Dame offense and what's next at running back for Notre Dame in the 2022 class.

You can watch the video of the podcast here:


2020 Stats: 174 carries, 1,145 yards, 6.6 YPC, 18 TD / 28 catches, 219 yards (11 games)
2019 Stats: 129 carries, 621 yards, 4.8 YPC, 3 TD (7 games)
2018 Stats: 210 carries, 1,421 yards, 6.8 YPC, 16 TD (10 games)


ESPN: 4-star - No. 163 overall - No. 13 RB
Rivals: 4-star - No. 210 overall - No. 6 APB
247Sports: 4-star - No. 225 overall - No. 21 RB
Composite: 4-star - No. 195 overall - No. 21 RB

Here's the Irish Breakdown film analysis of Price:

Although listed as an all-purpose back by Rivals, Price plays like a pure runner, one capable of making plays between the tackles, on the perimeter and in the pass game out of the backfield. Price is a highly productive back that has already rushed for over 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns.

Price is a natural running back that shows good patience, vision and decision making. His patience is one of my favorite parts of his game. Price can get downhill in a hurry when he wants to, but he will get on his run track, let the blocks set up and wait until he's made his read before planting and exploding vertically. Yes, Price can plant and go immediately when he needs to, but his patience allows him to find and hit cutback lines effectively.

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Despite his foot quickness and impressive agility, the Denison star tries to be a north-south runner as much as possible. Price shows a good burst when he plants and gets vertical, and when he gets a step he displays impressive acceleration that allows him to be a home run hitter.

He's not a back that likes to juke all the time, which I like, and he's a relatively efficient runner, which allows him to maximize available yards. Price can, however, make defenders miss in space when he wants to, or needs to, and he shows impressive balance, which combines with his relatively strong lower body to help him run through arm tackles on the second and third levels.

Price is built a lot like current Notre Dame running back Chris Tyree. He's a bit on the shorter side and not a massive back, but he runs hard and won't shy away from contact. Price hauled in 28 passes as a junior, but most of that was out of the backfield.

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