Polk 'can't wait' to enroll at Louisville

Fisher, Ind., Hamilton Southeastern wide receiver Cameron Polk talks to Cardinal Authority about his official visit to the University of Louisville. Polk has already committed to the Cardinals and is expected to enroll next month.

Cameron Polk had been to the University of Louisville six or seven times since the Cardinals started recruiting him as a junior.

But this weekend was his most important visit.

The Fishers, Ind., Hamilton Southeastern wide receiver made his official visit to U of L and came with this family to make sure it was the right place for him.

"It was awesome," Polk told Cardinal Authority. "When I came here before it just felt to homey and straight forward, the perfect place for me.

"And this weekend just made me know I made the right decision. I saw what I was going to be doing for the next few years. I spent time with the players and saw what they're lives are like outside of football. It's perfect for me. "

Polk said he will take his last final exam at Hamilton SE on Friday and will enroll at U of L on Jan. 4. He will be able to participate in sparing practice.

"I can't wait to get there now," Polk said. "Being there on the visit made me realize it's almost time and I am super pumped. I'm so excited."

Polk and Harding, Ohio, running back commitment L.J. Scott, who also was on a visit this weekend, will be roommates at U of L. His host was freshman quarterback Kyle Bolin, who Polk said, "was great to be around. It was like I was part of the family. We all just kind of bonded, it was a lot of fun."

The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Polk, who can play multiple positions, said he spent a lot of time with wide receivers coach Ron Dugans.

"He talked to me a lot about the offense, helped me understand it more," Polk said. "It was nice being there and just seeing how they do things, what I am going to be going through here in a few months."

Polk said he "is so glad" he made a commitment to U of L.

"It's the best decision I could have made," Polk said. "It's like one big family there and I really can't wait to be part of it."

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