War Room: Weekend Visitors

Three-star prospects LaKeith Walls and Abraham Garcia headline the list of visitors for Louisville's Big East game against Pittsburgh this weekend. Who else will visit the Cardinals? InsideTheVille.com has the list.

Louisville will host two prospects on official visits this weekend for the final home game at PJCS against Pittsburgh.

Lakeith Walls, a three-star safety from Cleveland (OH) Rhodes, and Abraham Garcia, a three-star offensive lineman from Fort Lauderdale (FL) Nova Sout, will both check out the Cardinals.

Walls, 6'3, 200, is an excellent athlete who Louisville is recruiting as a linebacker. Walls told Scout.com this week that Louisville, NC State and Toledo are his three favorites, and also includes Cincinnati on his list. He plans to make a decision in December.

Garcia, 6'6, 340, is rated the No. 34 offensive guard prospect in the nation. He'll make his first official visit to Louisville and told InsideTheVille.com last week that he feels comfortable with Charlie Strong's coaching staff. Garcia, who is being recruited by Clint Hurtt, has offers from LSU, Wisconsin and Florida, among others.

Several members of Charlie Strong's 2012 recruiting class will also be in attendance, including Glasgow tight end Hunter Bowles, Alabama punter Josh Appleby, Indiana offensive lineman DeAndre Herron, Indiana offensive lineman Sid Anvoots, Bowling Green offensive lineman Joe Manley, Ohio offensive lineman T.C. Klusman, and Ohio cornerback Kevin Houchins.

Key 2012 running back target Anthony Wales also will make an unofficial visit. A three-star prospect from Louisville Central HS, Wales told InsideTheVille.com this week that he'll make official visits to Louisville, Illinois and Kentucky next month. Those three programs appear to be favorites for the speedy running back.

Lexington Catholic quarterback Kyle Bolin, a 2013 Louisville commit, will also be in attendance Saturday for the Pittsburgh game, as will 2013 Trinity cornerback prospect Ryan White and 2013 quarterback Travis Wright. Star Trinity receiver James Quick and defensive end Jason Hatcher are also expected to attend.

Godwin Igwebuike, a talented 6'0, 190-pound running back from Pickering, Ohio, is scheduled to visit this weekend. Igwebuike rushed for 1,046 yards and 14 touchdowns this season. On defense, Igwebuike made five interceptions earning first-team all-district honors as a defensive back.

Other visitors include 2013 prospects Max Staver, a 6'5 quarterback from Brentwood (TN) Academy, and Jac Collinsworth, a 6'3 wide receiver from Highlands, Ky.

Reggie Bonnafon, Trinity's talented 2014 prospect, also plans to visit.

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