Cards offer 3-star RB from Tennessee

The University of Louisville football staff will try to add one or two running backs to the Class of 2015 and one from Nashville, Tenn., was offered a scholarship on Thursday night. Cardinal Authority has the latest on the offer.

Nashville, Tenn. Pearl-Coan running back Keshawn Vaughn has more than a half dozen scholarship offers with his first BCS offer coming on Wednesday from California.

On Thursday night, the 5-foot-10, 199-pound Vaughn added another BCS offer - from Louisville. He visited with assistant coach Pete Nochta and was extended the offer.

It was at least the fourth offer to a prospect in the state of Tennessee in two days for the U of L staff, which is out this week.

Vaughn also has offers from California, East Carolina, Arkansas State, Mercer and Austin Peay. He's hearing from Georgia Tech, Illinois and Purdue among others.

A track star in the sprints, Vaughn ran for 2,400 yards last season with 30 touchdowns for a team that went 10-2.

Vaughn is a three-star prospect and ranked as the No. 90 running back in the country, according to

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