Sousa told Scout.com recently that he still remains committed to the Wolverines, but plans to "keep my decision open and see what is best for me." Reportedly, Sousa is concerned with Michigan's young stable of quarterbacks, including sophomore Denard Robinson, and the Wolverines continued recruitment of four-star North Carolina standout quarterback Marquis Williams.
"We want to evaluate, and make sure we make the right decisions," Sousa told Scout.com. "(The decision) will be final by January."
A three-star prospect who is rated the No. 40 quarterback prospect nationally, Sousa made an unofficial visit to Louisville this summer and told Scout.com recently that Louisville's facilities were "first-class." Sousa also said Louisville has "a great quarterback tradition" and "a lot of excitement with the hiring of [Charlie Strong]."
Sousa's Lake Nona team struggled this season, finishing a disappointing 0-9. A dual-threat quarterback, Sousa completed 58 percent of his throws for 1,902 yards and 12 touchdowns, to go with 11 interceptions. Sousa also rushed for 878 yards and five scores on the ground.
Besides Michigan, Sousa has made an official visit to Middle Tennessee. He'll visit Louisville this weekend, and is scheduled to visit Wake Forest November 20. Sousa also said he may visit Vanderbilt and Florida International before making a decision.