Tuesday, all but five members of Charlie Strong's 2012 recruiting haul reported to campus to begin classes during the first summer school session. It was an eventful first official day for Louisville's newcomers, who started the day with a 5 a.m. 'initiation' run before heavy rains caused on-campus flooding that cancelled the first day of classes.
Sid Anvoots, a talented offensive lineman from Indianapolis checks in at 305 pounds.
Joe Manley, former three-star OL from Bowling Green led HS team to state title.
Devontre Parnell, three-star cornerback from South Carolina missed senior season with knee injury.
Lamar Atkins, brother of star freshman linebacker Keith Brown.
Sheldon Rankins, DE from Georgia is one of Cards top recruits.
Brandon Radcliff, tough running back from Miami joins crowded backfield for the Cardinals.
DeAngelo Brown, Georgia DT could become a contributor up front this season.
Abraham Garcia, monster OL from Florida could challenge for early playing time this season.
Hunter Bowles, Glasgow TE was one of the state's prospects as a senior.
Will Gardner, three-star QB missed senior season with knee injury.
Josh Appleby, three-star kicker has big leg and could win the team's punting duties this season.
Kevin Houchins, three-star CB from Ohio missed senior season with knee injury.
T.C. Klusman, promising OL from Cincinnati likely a redshirt candidate his freshman season.
While most of Strong's 2012 recruiting class has arrived on campus, the Cardinals are still awaiting the arrivals of Georgia TE/DE Larry Jefferson, Charlotte LB Nick Dawson, Indianapolis OL DeAndre Herron, Miami WR Brandon Snell and Miami DT Pedro Sibiea. Jefferson is taking summer courses and plans to enroll at UofL in July.