"I was actually kind of surprised, but I'm very excited about it," Curry said. "Those guys play on TV all the time and I think I would fit in their offense very well. They saw my highlight tape and liked my length and athleticism."
Though Curry is still getting to know the Cardinals, the 6-3, 225-pound tight end plans to visit Charlie Strong's program this spring.
"I don't know too much about Louisville," Curry said. "But I'm looking forward to taking a visit to campus to get to know a little bit more about them. I'll probably go to [Louisville's] camp or their spring game."
Curry has three offers at the moment from Louisville, Stanford and Arkansas State. LSU, Alabama, Georgia Tech and Tennessee have been showing interest this spring. Curry plans to make a few visits this spring. He's already been to junior days at Georgia Tech and Tennessee. He's heading out west to visit Stanford on April 1, checks out LSU on April 9 for the Tigers spring game, and will visit Georgia on April 15. Curry also said he plans to attend camp at LSU and Arkansas State this summer.
"I'm interested in Stanford," said Curry. "My parents and everybody around me see that as a big opportunity because it's a prestigious school. I was honored to get that offered. I like the way they played last season."
Though he holds offers from two BCS programs, Curry isn't ready to name favorites. "I'm trying to keep my options open. I don't really have a favorite school. I'm going to take as many visits as I can to see where I feel comfortable and at home."
Though he played mostly in a running offense at Central, Curry hauled in 14 passes for 200 yards last season as a junior.
"I feel like my strengths are my athleticism, footwork and ability to catch the ball," Curry said. "As a tight end I can be a downfield threat. I can always keep working on my speed and getting stronger. We had one of the top running games in the state and I feel I was an integral part of our success."