Buckley offers a pair from Pascagoula, Miss.

The University of Louisville football team has extended offers to a pair of players from Pascagoula, Miss., High School. It's the same high school where new U of L assistant coach Terrell Buckley starred in high school.

New University of Louisville cornerbacks coach Terrell Buckley is trying to land a pair of 2015 prospects from his alma mater.

Buckley, who later starred at Florida State and in the NFL, offered two prospects from Pascagoula, Miss., High School this week.

The Cardinals are after wide receiver Jaylen Smith and defensive end Marshean Joseph, whose father - Keith Joseph played with Buckley on the 1987 state championship team at Pascagoula.

The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Smith already has an offer from Mississippi and has been hearing from Mississippi State, Memphis and several others.

Smith caught 33 passes for 724 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior.

The 6-3, 220-pound Joseph has also heard from Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Arizona State and Southern Miss. He also holds an offer from Arizona State.

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