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National Signing Day has arrived.

The fax machines will be busy early and often at the University of Louisville on Wednesday morning as committed prospects sign and return their Letters of Intent.

Bobby Petrino will welcome a number of new Cardinals throughout the day as his first recruiting class in his second tenure as Louisville's head coach. Petrino will introduce the 2014 recruiting class at a 4:30 p.m. press conference on Wednesday.

The class is full of key components, including along the offensive line, which Petrino has indicated was a position of need with the 2014 recruiting class.

U of L is expected to sign between 22-25 players on Wednesday. Three pledges - receiver Cameron Polk, running back L.J. Scott and junior college defensive end Trevon Young - have already enrolled.

Be sure to check this article often as it will be updated throughout National Signing Day. We will keep updating as the day goes on.

U of L football: Signing day notebook

Jimmie Taylor inks with Louisville

Florida linebacker Rhaheed signs with Cardinals

Memphis standout to play WR at Louisville

Sturghill flips to Louisville on signing day

Ohio DE Ramsey signs with Louisville

Alabama TE Standberry inks with Cardinals

Cards land huge Mississippi OL on signing day

Carolina LBer inks with Louisville

Early enrollee: Trevon Young

JUCO OL Kelby Johnson now a Cardinal

Georgia LBer Henry Famurewa signs with Cards

Signing Day Surprise! Rhaheed inks with Cards

South Carolina S/WR signs with Louisville

Miami CB Trumaine Washington signs with Cards

Trinity QB Bonnafon signs with Louisville

Early Enrollee: Cameron Polk

Hialeah, Fla., safety signs with Louisville

De'Eric Culver keeps word; signs with Cards

Ohio OL Danny Burns signed with Cardinals

Ohio standout Micky Crum inks with U of L

Florida WR Javonte Bagley signs with U of L

Early enrollee: L.J. Scott

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