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Notre Dame parked a huge truck outside a recruit's house

The Notre Dame football equipment truck parked outside a recruit's home in Georgia. (Photo via @MikeDenbrock on Twitter)

Demetris Robertson is expected to be a difference-making player in college football. The wide receiver from Savannah, Georgia is one of the highest-rated receivers in his class and a top 100 recruit overall.

A player of this caliber has plenty of options, so to stand out, Notre Dame made a show of their trip to the south. With the offensive coordinator and the wide receivers coach on board, the Notre Dame equipment truck was taken to Georgia and parked outside Robertson’s home.

The display wasn’t over. As Robertson went off to Savannah Christian Prep School, the truck followed along. Hopefully no one needed those parking spots.

Notre Dame outside my house; we have a surprise for SCPS too!! #GoIrish pic.twitter.com/ZfW7pfmRNA

— RealRobertson5 (@d_rob4) January 28, 2016

Of course, in the grand scheme of things, Notre Dame’s truck stunt is far from the weirdest thing that’s been done this week. For that, just look north to the University of Michigan and Jim Harbaugh.

Notre Dame is far from the only major program going after Robertson. The wide receiver has received offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Ohio State and just about every other major program in the country.

Robertson can make his decision next week when players are first allowed to sign their letter of intent on National Signing Day on February 3.