SEC commits visiting L'ville

Two talented prospects who have verbally committed to SEC programs – a four-star Florida commit; and three-star Georgia commit – are expected to make official visits to Louisville this weekend to watch the Cardinals game vs. West Virginia. InsideTheVille.com has the scoop.

A pair of top 2011 prospects who have verbally committed to SEC programs are expected to make official visits to Louisville this weekend.

InsideTheVille.com has confirmed that four-star Jacksonville (FL) University Christian tight end A.C. Leonard, a Florida commit, and three-star Camilla (Ga.) Mitchell County wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley plan to check out Louisville Saturday when the Cardinals host West Virginia in the home finale at PJCS.

Leonard, rated the No. 6 prospect at his position nationally, is considered the "total package" at tight end. At 6-3, 240-pounds, Leonard possesses the size, speed and athleticism to make a major impact in college.


Justin Scott-Wesley plans to visit Louisville this week.
Leonard has wavered recently on his pledge to the Gators, though he reaffirmed his commitment to Scout.com last month after making visits to Alabama and Nebraska, stating that he planned to enroll at UF in January. Now, though, Leonard plans to visit Charlie Strong's ascending program this weekend.

Scott-Wesley, one of the fastest prospects in the southeast, was scheduled to visit Louisville last week, but re-scheduled for this weekend. Scott-Wesley told Scout.com last week that he will remain committed to Georgia unless "there is a major change in the coaching staff, then my commitment will change."

Scott-Wesley, a 6-0, 200-pound prospect, will participate in the Under Armour All-America game in January. He is also considering a visit to Maryland, and has an official visit with the Bulldogs set up for next month.


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