Notre Dame landed 4 players on ESPN’s list of the top-100 college football players for the 2023 season, which they released on Wednesday morning.

Joe Alt, Xavier Watts, Audric Estime and Sam Hartman all made the cut.

Alt was the lone Notre Dame player to land in the top-20, coming in at No. 9. Here’s some of ESPN’s analysis on Alt, who is expected to be one of the top offensive linemen selected in the 2024 NFL Draft:

A year ago, Alt was Pro Football Focus’ top-graded offensive tackle. So, what did he do for a follow-up in 2023? He was, once again, the top-graded offensive tackle. Alt helped protect Sam Hartman and open run lanes for Audric Estime, and for the season, Alt allowed just three pressures and one sack and missed three run blocks total.

Watts also had a breakout season for Notre Dame. He won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy this season and came in at No. 25 on ESPN’s list. He totaled 7 interceptions on the year, which led all FBS defenders.

Estime came in at No. 44 on ESPN’s list thanks to a career-best season in the Irish’s backfield. He rushed for 1,341 yards and 18 touchdowns in his final season at Notre Dame.

Hartman just barely made the top-100, coming in at No. 99. In his lone campaign in South Bend, Hartman threw for 24 touchdowns and 8 interceptions while leading the Irish to a 9-3 record in the regular season.