With Ian Book out the door, the debate for Notre Dame is whether Brendon Clark or Drew Pyne will replace him at Quarterback in 2021. But what if neither of these guys is in the position for the long-term solution? Perhaps the coming season will be a bridge between Book and the next great Irish quarterback. In particular, Pyne and Clark could keep the seat warm Drew Allar, a pro-style quarterback from Medina, Ohio, who received an offer from Tommy Rees:

Very excited to say I received an offer from the University of Notre Dame! Thank you @ T_Rees11 @CoachBrianKelly @NDFootball @MedinaFootball_ pic.twitter.com/XWPemboTyf

– Drew Allar (@AllarDrew) February 25, 2021

Allar now has offers from 22 schools. Just this week, Louisville, Georgia Tech, Illinois and Ole Miss joined the list. He has also drawn great interest in programs such as Wake Forest, Iowa, USF, Washington, Iowa State, Kentucky, Michigan, Texas A&M, South Carolina, Penn State, Indiana, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse. Celebrity college programs are always looking for who might be the next person to fill them in the most important position in sport. Allar will do this somewhere, but we don’t know exactly where yet.