SOUTH BEND, IN – NOVEMBER 14: Tabari Hines #6 of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons lets a punt bounce as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish close in for the tackle during the first quarter at Notre Dame Stadium on November 14, 2015 in South Bend, Indiana. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish won 28-7. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images)When full class of 2021 rankings roll out, expect IMG Academy’s Greg Crippen to be high up there. The Massachusetts native has offers from many of the top programs in the country.Alabama, Boston College, Duke, Michigan, Pitt, Purdue, and Syracuse are among the early offers that have rolled in for Crippen. Notre Dame hasn’t pulled the trigger yet, but he’s firmly on their radar.Crippen recently spoke to Rivals, and revealed that he is set to make his third trip to South Bend since last football season. This time, it is more about his recruitment, while earlier he camped with the Fighting Irish.He will be on campus on Thursday:Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy 2021 offensive lineman Greg Crippen visited Notre Dame during the 2018 football season and for a lineman camp over the summer, and will return to South Bend on Thursday for another look at the program.The 6-foot-4, 270 pound Crippen said the visit has been on his mind for a while.“I have been looking forward to this for a while,” Crippen said. “I’m Looking forward to getting there early and spending the day watching practice, talking to academics and talking to coaches and players.”Notre Dame’s combination of academics and athletics helps Notre Dame stand out for Greg Crippen.He said as much in the interview:“Academics with athletics,” Crippen said of what’s most important in his recruitment. “I’m looking for a great combination of them both.”Offensive line coach Jeff Quinn leads the way in Crippen’s recruitment, and has built a solid bond with the IMG star.While a decision could be a way’s off, Notre Dame has already started to build its 2021 class. The Fighting Irish recently landed four-star quarterback Tyler Buchner to get the ball rolling with the current high school sophomores.[Rivals]
As the IAEA conducted its interview, missile teams from the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) carried out inspections at five separate sites: Al Fida Company, which is involved in the maintenance of the Al Samoud 2 missile launcher; Ibn Al Haythm, which is involved in the manufacture and assembly of the Al Samoud 2 missile; Al Samoud Factory, which fabricates Al Samoud 2 missile components; Al Mamoun, which manufactures solid propellant rocket motors and a location of field deployment of Al Samoud 2 missiles.”The teams continued to verify the number and location of Al Samoud 2-related items and to tag relevant items,” spokesman Hiro Ueki said.Meanwhile, an UNMOVIC chemical team returned to Al Mutanna and continued the process of destroying the artillery shells filled with mustard gas. A second chemical team inspected two sites – Al Rasheed and Al Mamoun, both located in Baghdad – belonging to the State Establishment for Vegetable Oils.An UNMOVIC biological team inspected the College of Agriculture, the College of Sciences, and the College of Engineering, all located on the campus of Tikrit University in Tikrit, 160 kilometres northwest of Baghdad. Subsequently, the team inspected the College of Women Education at Tikrit University and a dairy factory, both located in south Tikrit, Mr. Ueki reported.In the capital, an UNMOVIC multidisciplinary team inspected the Ibn Al Waleed State Company, a factory specialized in the repair and maintenance of military vehicles.As for the IAEA, one team inspected the Al-Feda’a hydraulics factory and the manufacturing, storage and repair facility for the State Company of Mechanical and Electrical Contracts, located south of Baghdad. A second IAEA team inspected Al Zawraa, an electronics company, while a third performed a car-borne radiation survey in an area 25 to 60 kilometres east of Baghdad.In other news, the UN Office of the Iraq Programme, which oversees the humanitarian oil-for-food operation, reported that Iraqi oil exports for the week ending 14 February totalled 11.4 million barrels for an estimated value of $315 million.