Seneca's Tubman waiting for Louisville offer

Seneca High School defensive standout Lloyd Tubman has been on the University of Louisville campus several times. The latest was on Saturday for Junior Day. Now, Tubman is hoping the Cardinals extend a scholarship offer.

Lloyd Tubman has made a visit to the University of Louisville several times.

Now, the Seneca High School defensive end is hoping – and waiting – for the U of L coaching staff to extend a scholarship offer. He made his latest visit on Saturday for the Cardinals' Junior Day.

"I like Louisville's program a lot and coach (Charlie) Strong and how he has the program set up," Tubman said. "I learned a lot about Louisville on the visit. I learned a lot about their goals and about academics.

"But I don't have an official offer. I just have to sit tight and see."

Tubman said being at Junior Day with 60-plus other prospects, including a trip to the KFC Yum Center for a game, was "a whole lot of fun."

"I'm going to stay on contact," Tubman said. "I have been to Louisville a couple of times and I am going to watch them in spring practice.

"(The Junior Day) was about what I thought it would be. I think it was a little extra boost after hearing coach Strong about what the goals are for the program and how you have to go about it to get there."

The 6-foot-5, 225-pound Tubman had 45 tackles as a junior. He's also hearing from Kentucky and Western Kentucky.

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