"Coach Joker Phillips has been recruiting me," Goodson said. "He says they got a real good staff and from what I hear they got some good experience of gettin' kids to the next level."
Despite a slight ankle injury, Goodson finished first in Jefferson County in rushing this past season for the second straight year. Last fall as a junior, Goodson averaged an impressive 166-yards a contest, running for 1,843 yards and 25 touchdowns while helping Western to a final record of 8-2.
Asked whom had shown him the most "love" at this point, Goodson said: "Louisville, Kentucky and Purdue have really shown me the most right now,"
Louisville continues to be the only school to offer, but the Wildcats, whom are hoping to bring several kids in this weekend as possible preferred walk-on options, might be thinking that offer might not stand anymore.
"Kentucky hasn't talked to me about a scholarship," Goodson said. "They basically told me that they are looking at me as a running back or defensive back and that I needed to come this weekend and clear some things up."
Asked if this weekend could cause a verbal commitment; "No, not yet. It could, but I just wanna look at all my options right now."