In-state lineman makes return trip to U of L

Henderson County's Mason Wolfe, considered one of the top in-state prospects in football, made his third trip to the University of Louisville on Saturday. Wolfe recaps his visit to Junior Day.

One of Kentucky's top juniors - Henderson County lineman Mason Wolfe - was back on campus at the University of Louisville on Saturday.

Making his third trip to U of L, Wolfe said he "had a great time" on his third trip to U of L, which was for the Cardinals' Junior Day.

"It was really good," Wolfe said. "I really liked what I saw there."

The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Wolfe has an offer from Kentucky and said he's getting serious interest from U of L, North Carolina State, Western Kentucky and Yale. Several other schools, like Purdue and California are showing interest.

Wolfe recently went to Western for Junior Day but was at U of L for Junior Day after also spending time on two other occasions at U of L.

"I like the coaching staff a whole lot and it's close to home," Wolfe said of U of L. "I like the intensity they showed and they had a fast-paced practice. It was fun to watch."

Wolfe said he hopes to come back to U of L again soon and said he will make an unofficial to Kentucky on Monday.

Cardinal Authority will keep you posted on the recruitment of Wolfe.

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