SOUTH BEND, IN – NOVEMBER 04: The macot, cheerleaders and players forthe Notre Dame Fighting Irish run onto the field before a game against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Notre Dame Stadium on November 4, 2017 in South Bend, Indiana. Notre Dame defeated Wake Forest 48-37. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)The recruiting decision of a high school punter isn’t going to make a lot of headlines, but when it’s the No. 1 punter in the country, it’s actually a pretty huge commitment.Punting can be especially important at the college level, where field position can make all the difference, especially when facing an offense that can be prone to turning the ball over.So, Notre Dame fans, we’ve got some great news for you. The Fighting Irish have landed a commitment from the No. 1 punter in the country.Jay Bramblett, the No. 1 P in the 2019 class, has committed to Notre Dame.The elite punter is a Tuscaloosa, Ala. native. He chose Notre Dame over Alabama, LSU and Penn State, among other programs.Bramblett announced his decision on Twitter.Committed… Excited about this great opportunity! #fightclub19 #4for40 #oneononetrained @_Mike_McCabe pic.twitter.com/4neIjuXTQn— Jay Bramblett (@jbram_15) May 30, 2018Notre Dame’s 2019 class has 11 commitments. It’s ranked the No. 6 overall class in the country by 247Sports.You can view ND’s full class here.
ICMM has revealed two publications available for immediate download, a summary version of ICMM’s Good Practice Guidance on Health Impact Assessment, which provides essential HIA information for mining companies, and a Spanish language version of ICMM’s mapping in country partnerships, which lays the groundwork for Mining: Partnerships for Development. and unveils a solid base of existing partnerships to encourage companies, and others, to replicate and scale up these partnerships across their operations and across mining regions.The Good Practice Guidance on Health Impact Assessment presents the concept of health impact assessment (HIA) and provides an introduction to how mining companies can evaluate the health and well-being effects mining operations have on the local communities in which they operate. It gives an overview of the steps taken during the HIA process, including the integration of environmental and social impact assessments.Mapping in country partnerships highlights the range of multi-stakeholder partnerships that already exist amongst ICMM members. It maps partnerships across the six priority partnership themes of the Mining: Partnerships for Development initiative: poverty reduction; revenue management; regional development planning; local content; social investment; and dispute resolution.