The state of Texas produces a ton of top-level college football prospects each year.
And the University of Louisville is hoping to nab a few of them, at least from one school.
The Cardinals offered 10 prospects from South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas on Friday afternoon. U of L offensive line coach Chris Klenakis is in Texas and the South Oak Cliff coaching staff confirmed the 10 offers.
Among the offers are seven Class of 2015 prospects from the school, including Texas commitment Jordan Stevenson. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound Stevenson is a four-star prospect.
U of L also offered TCU commitment J.F. Thomas, a 6-foot-4, 185-pound wide receiver, and three-star safety Prentice McKinney (6-2, 180), who is a Notre Dame commitment.
Oklahoma commitment Jamile Johnson, a three-star 6-foot, 190-pound safety was also offered, along with defensive tackle Jalen Goss (5-11, 270), cornerback Takadrae Williams (6-1, 170) and cornerback X'zaviae Ausborne (5-10, 175).
The Cardinals also offered three 2016 prospects: defensive end Marvin Terry, cornerback Juice Parker and defensive end/outside linebacker Hal Vincent.
Klenakis also stopped by Dallas Skyline and offered three prospects, including four-star wide receiver Carlos Strickland. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound Strickland is ranked as the No. 102 prospect in the country by Scout.com.
The other prospects from Skyline are four-star linebacker Anthony Wheeler (6-2, 225) and three-star defensive tackle Zach Abercrumbia (6-3, 260). Wheeler is ranked as the No. 142 prospect in the country by Scout.