"It went really well," he told Cardinal Authority. "I liked the whole city. It was like I was at home. The players made me feel real welcome."
Culver (6'0, 180) spent three days in Louisville, taking time to check out campus, the facilities, the city and meet with the coaching staff.
"I met with the whole coaching staff," he said. "They told me how they like my physical play and how I will fit in at Louisville."
"The coaches are sort of like that coaches I have at my high school," he continued. "They are on you making sure that you put education first and that you graduate."
He spent time getting to know a number of his future teammates.
"I met Calvin Pryor, Dominique Brown, Will Gardner and some of the linemen and receivers," he said.
The three-star prospect is rated among the nation's top 100 cornerback prospects.
While committed to Louisville, Culver continues to draw interest from others. He claims offers from Florida, Miami and NC State and has plans to visit each.
"I'm still going to take some other visits," he said. "I'm going to visit Georgia, Florida, Miami and NC State."
Culver explains that it's an opportunity to make certain he made the right choice.
"I'm confident with my decision, but I feel like should still take some visits to see what else is out there."