"I'm trying (to visit) Louisville this weekend," Garcia recently told InsideTheVille.com. "I've got a game against Chaminade so I'm still in the process (of scheduling the visit)."
Garcia, rated the No. 34 offensive guard prospect nationally, has developed a good relationship with Louisville recruiting coordinator Clint Hurtt, who recruits South Florida for the Cardinals.
"He's (Hurtt) a cool guy. He's very straight-forward and I feel comfortable talking to him," said Garcia. "The coaching staff stands out. I talk to them a lot and they have given me a lot of information. It seems like a good place to go."
Louisville, which has started two true freshmen on the offensive line this season, has made recruiting on the offensive front a priority this season. "They did tell me that early playing time is a possibility a couple times," Garcia said. "It's appealing but I want to prove myself because if I go somewhere that I can just start I wouldn't feel comfortable knowing I didn't beat somebody out for it."