Spring Game visitor puts Louisville on top

Henry Famurewa of Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern made the trip to Louisville on Saturday for the Cardinals annual Spring Game. The 3-star prospect was impressed during his stay and tells Cardinal Authority that Louisville tops his list.

Louisville became to the first to extend a scholarship offer to Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern rush end Henry Famurewa last month. On Saturday, the 6-foot-2, 220-pound prospect visited Louisville for it's annual Spring Game.

In addition to taking in the Red-White scrimmage, Famurewa visited the U of L campus and spent time visiting with the Cardinals coaching staff.

"They were very welcoming," Famurewa told Cardinal Authority. "They let me know how much they like me and how I would fit in there."

In addition to Louisville's offer, Famurewa is also drawing interest from Alabama, Duke, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State and others.

While his knowledge of the Louisville program was limited before his visit, Famurewa left impressed and has put the Cardinals high on his list.

"They are on top right now," he said. "I really liked their campus, the team and how they feel I would benefit the team, the coaching staff and they have a really good fan base."

Famurewa has no other visits currently scheduled, but does anticipate making another to Louisville later in the year.

"Georgia, Alabama, Georgia Tech are probably the ones competing with Louisville," he said.

Famurewa has no timetable for his eventual commitment, but knows it would be welcome news in Louisville.

"They really want me to go there," said the Scout.com 3-star prospect. "They told me that everything is up to me. They told me that I can take my time, just to let them know."

As a junior, Famurewa totaled 90 tackles, including 20 for a loss, and 10 sacks.

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