Sources: CFP mulls breaking football out of NCAA 6h Pete Thamel ChiSox launch NIL initiative with college athletes 9h Tom VanHaaren College Football win totals: Why you should take these teams now 15h ESPN Betting Analysts SEC college football preview: Saban vs. Jimbo, Georgia reloading and more Alabama Crimson Tide 2d Chris Low and Alex Scarborough Why you should bet on LSU to exceed expectations in 2022 LSU Tigers 2d Doug Kezirian ACC college football preview: Breaking down the conference's best players, games and more Clemson Tigers 3d Andrea Adelson and David Hale Defensive end Keon Keeley, No. 24 overall prospect in 2023 class, decommits from Notre Dame Fighting Irish 9:57 PM ET Tom VanHaarenESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN staff writer Joined ESPN in 2011 Graduated from Central Michigan Notre Dame lost a commitment from its highest-ranked recruit in the 2023 class, defensive end Keon Keeley , on Wednesday. Keeley is ESPN's No. 24-ranked prospect overall and had been committed to the Irish since June 2021. He's a 6-foot-5, 230-pound recruit out of Berkeley Prep in Tampa, Florida, and is the No. 1 defensive end in the class. Despite being committed to Notre Dame, Keeley took a visit to Alabama in July and is now looking for a new school. The Crimson Tide are in the mix to land him, and Keeley had also previously entertained offers from Ohio State, as well as Florida, where he took a visit in March, and a few others. Without Keeley in the class, Notre Dame has 15 ESPN 300 commitments and is now tied with Alabama for the most top-300 commits of any FBS program. Irish head coach Marcus Freeman and his staff have ESPN 300 linebacker Drayk Bowen , as well as ESPN 300 defensive ends Brenan Vernon and Boubacar Traore still committed in the class, despite losing Keeley.