Louisville's recruiting class is ranked No. 32 in Scout.com's team rankings. Can Charlie Strong crack the Top 25 before signing day? If so, the Cardinals will have to land a few of their top remaining prospects. InsideTheVille.com breaks down Louisville's top remaining recruiting targets ....
Louisville's Top Remaining 2012 Recruiting Prospects
Georgia and Florida look like the teams to beat for Harvey-Clemons, a US Army All-American and the nation's No. 3-ranked outside linebacker prospect. Louisville and Florida State are also under consideration by Harvey-Clemons, who teamed with Louisville commits Nick Dawson and Keith Brown last week at the US Army Bowl. Harvey-Clemons just visited Georgia and the Bulldogs might be the team to beat for for his signature. Harvey-Clemons is expected to visit Louisville Jan. 27-29. If Charlie Strong gets Harvey-Clemons last visit before signing day, the Cardinals will have a shot to steal one late away from SEC powers Georgia and Florida.
Remaining Visits: Florida State - Jan. 20; Louisville - Jan. 27
Wales has visited Louisville and Kentucky and will make a final visit to Western Kentucky this weekend. Local reports surfaced this week that Wales declared his intentions to play for Louisville, but the Cardinals haven't made a decision whether to take Wales for 2012 or greyshirt the three-star running back. Wales, who had surgery on his shoulder after the state championship game, could be a solid late addition to UofL's 2012 recruiting class or a potential greyshirt candidate for the Cardinals.
Remaining Visits: Western Kentucky - Jan. 20