The University of Louisville football program has 16 commitments in the Class of 2015. Cardinal Authority checked in with a couple of those prospects and has these updates.
Matt Colburn, Irmo, S.C., Dutch Fork
Colburn had 146 yards and three touchdowns and two catches for 61 yards in his opener. He said his goal for the season is 2,000 yards and noted he wants "no regrets and to win another state title." Colburn said he's still excited to be committed to the Cardinals and will get to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium for a game soon. "Things have been great for me."
G.G. Robinson, Lilburn, Ga., Parkview
Robinson said he's excited about his senior season because "we have a new coach and a lot of weapons." His goal is to get 12 sacks on the season and he's been impressed with the U of L fans, noting that "it's been great since I committed. It was a weight off my shoulder and I feel lots of love from the fans."
Jonathan Greenard, Hiram, Ga.
With his team off to a 1-0 start, Greenard said his focus is getting his team into the playoffs and trying to break the school's sack record. He had two in the first game. "I'm trying to use my lengthy frame to engage blockers before they get to me." He said he's "pumped" still about being committed to U of L.
Tim Bonner, Demopolis, Ala.
Bonner said because he's already committed that he's "not thinking about me at all. It's full speed every play for my team." Bonner is off to a solid start and wants 25 sacks on the season. He said he's been working on his leadership skills and is "ready to go" to work during his senior season.
Aaron Cochran, Atlanta Mays
Cochran said his team is underrated this season and can't wait to "demolish everyone in my way." He said he wants a ring and "can't wait" to get to U of L for a game soon.
Troy Thingstad, Mobile, Ala.
Thingstad said his team won the opener for the first time in four years and are looking to be a solid team this season. "My goals are to do my job and rep my current school and future school very well. I want to be a great leader."