Weekend Visitor Rundown

Four-star Florida tight end commit A.C. Leonard and three-star Georgia wide receiver commit Justin Scott-Wesley won't be the only recruits inside Papa John's Cardinal Stadium Saturday afternoon to see Louisville play West Virginia. InsideTheVille.com has the most extensive visitor preview.

Four-star Florida tight end commit A.C. Leonard and three-star Georgia wide receiver commit Justin Scott-Wesley won't be the only recruits inside Papa John's Cardinal Stadium Saturday afternoon to see Louisville play West Virginia.

Louisville commits Chris Dukes and Aaron Epps will also be in attendance. Dukes, a three-star cornerback from Cincinnati, OH, and Epps, a three-star offensive lineman from Tucker, Ga., are members of Louisville's 2011 recruiting class that currently ranks No. 33 nationally in the Scout.com rankings.

Jacob Sealand, a high school teammate of Epps', plans to tag along for the visit. Sealand, a 2012 linebacker prospect, already holds offers from Louisville and South Carolina and is receiving heavy SEC-level recruiting interest.


Jacob Sealand
Louisville will also host a pair of talented 2012 offensive line prospects - Joe Manley (6-5, 305) from Bowling Green and Blake Bars (6-5, 255) from Nashville (TN) Mongomery Bell Academy. Manley, ranked the No. 2 2012 prospect in the state by ScoutKentuckyPreps.com, holds an early offer from Kentucky. Bars, whose brother Brad is a defensive lineman for Penn State, is receiving interest from Louisville, Penn State, and Notre Dame.


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