U of L football just has a few spots open

With national signing day just over a week away, the University of Louisville football staff still has a few spots left to fill up. The Cardinals have 13 verbal commitments and are still actively recruiting a handful of prospects. Cardinal Authority has the latest, including a Monday morning decision by one prospect.

UPDATE: Story updated after Keith Kelsey commitment on Monday morning

The University of Louisville football program has 14 verbal commitments already in the fold with around four spots still left to fill.

The Cardinals have at least nine prospects left on the board with less than two weeks remaining until the Feb. 6 national signing day.

The latest news was the commitment to U of L from Gainesville, Fla., linebacker Keith Kelsey on Monday. Kelsey, whose father played for the University of Florida, picked U of L over Kentucky and South Florida.

Seven of the 14 commitments for U of L are already from the Sunshine State.

Several other remaining targets for U of L are also from Florida, including Miramar linebacker Jermaine Grace, who will make his pick between U of L and Miami at 2 p.m. on national signing day on ESPN.

Orlando linebacker Ro'derrick Hoskins visited last week and is already committed to Florida State but remains a target, along with Weston, Fla., wide receiver Alex Montgomery, who visited over the weekend. Montgomery is reportedly going to pick either U of L or UK on Monday.

The Cardinals have also still been actively after Miami Southridge defensive back Lamar Robbins, who visited last weekend.

New Orleans defensive end Corey Smith and linebacker Lyn Clark will both visit this weekend, while Phenix City, Ala., lineman Cameron Fraser is expected to pick from between U of L and South Florida.

Another prospect the Cardinals are still in contact with is Flowery Branch, Ga., cornerback Darius Curry, who is committed to Oklahoma State.

Also visiting this coming weekend will be Miami Norland defensive end Paul James.

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