2021-22 Football Roster
#52 Zeke Correll
Hometown Cincinnati, OH
High School Anderson
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2020)
- Saw action in the 52-0 win vs. South Florida (9/19).
- Saw action in the 45-3 win at Pitt (10/24).
- Made his first start of the season for an offensive line that paved the way for 478 yards of total offense (199 rushing with three touchdowns, 279 passing with one touchdown), and 35:04 time of possession in the 31-17 win at No. 19 North Carolina. Entering the game, Notre Dame was averaging 34:05 time of possession, a figure which led the ACC. Accumulating 35:04 Friday, the Irish have now won the time of possession battle in eight of nine games this season. They now average 34:12 per game, which continues to lead the ACC by more than two minutes per game, and ranks 10th among all FBS teams. The Irish posted four touchdown drives of at least 75 yards Friday, including a season-long 97-yard scoring drive. Notre Dame’s 199 rushing yards tied for second-most in the ACC this weekend, and posting 229.7 yards per game, Notre Dame has the second-ranked rushing offense in the ACC.
- CFP SEMIFINAL AT THE ROSE BOWL GAME: Started for an offensive line that helped Notre Dame win the time of possession battle for the 11th of 12 games that season, with 33:43 vs. Alabama. On the season, the Irish led the ACC and ranked seventh in the FBS in time of possession, controlling the ball for 33:56 minutes of game time.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2019)
- Saw the field in four games during freshman season
- Made collegiate debut against New Mexico before also playing against Bowling Green, Navy and Boston College
HIGH SCHOOL AND PLAYER DATA
- No. 119 overall player nationally, No. 7 offensive guard nationally and No. 4 player from Ohio by 247Sports.com
- No. 178 overall player nationally, No. 6 offensive guard nationally and No. 3 player from Ohio by ESPN.com
- No. 95 overall player nationally, No. 6 offensive guard nationally and No. 4 player from Ohio by Rivals.com
- 2018 Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association Division II First Team All-State
- Chosen to participate in the 2019 Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando, Florida
- Played for coach Evan Dreyer at Anderson High School