BIG visitors for L'ville's first practice

Charlie Strong is going to have some big visitors on campus for the start of spring practice. Four massive, 2012 offensive line prospects from Indiana will attend Louisville's first practice Wednesday afternoon.

Charlie Strong is going to have some big visitors on campus for the start of spring practice. Four massive, 2012 offensive line prospects from Indiana will attend Louisville's first practice Wednesday afternoon.

Sid Anvoots, a three-star offensive tackle from Indianapolis, DeAndre Herron, a 6-6, 310-pound offensive tackle from Avon, Jake Meador, a 6-7, 285-pound offensive tackle from Whiteland, and Wes Rogers, a 6-5, 270-pound offensive line prospect from Indianapolis, will all make unofficial visits to Louisville on Wednesday.

"It's going great between me and Louisville," Anvoots said Tuesday night. "I talk to the coaches at least once or twice a week. I've just been really keeping in contact with them. Me and the coaches are really excited about finally getting to meet in person. I'm excited for it."

Louisville is the only school to offer Anvoots. He talks regularly with Vance Bedford and Dave Borbely.


Indianapolis standout Sid Anvoots visits Louisville on Wednesday.
"I feel like they know what they're doing," Anvoots said. "They sound like a great group of people.

"My interest in Louisville is pretty high. I'm really excited to get down there and see what their academics are like and their facilities, how the coaching staff works and how practices are run and how the players perform. I'm just excited to see how they run things there."

Herron also maintains communication with Bedford and Borbely and will make the visit with his parents. He and Anvoots have become good friends during the recruiting process, and plan to hang out at Louisville's practice on Wednesday.

"I met DeAndre at an IU game last fall," Anvoots said. "We've been keeping together on recruiting. We've talked a lot about Louisville. We both like what the coaches are talking about and are excited to see how they run things down there."

Herron also holds an offer from Toledo, and is receiving strong interest from Western Michigan, Ball State and Southern Mississippi.

"I like them, they're real cool guys," Herron said of Borbely and Bedford. "They seem like coaches I could interact with."


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