The University of Louisville baseball program will wrap up its fall ball season on Saturday afternoon with game three of the annual Pizza Bowl at Jim Patterson Stadium.
On hand will be the program's entire 2015 recruiting class. The group, 10 players deep, watched the Cardinals scrimmage on Friday and will return to the ballpark on Saturday morning for the season ending bragging-rights intra-squad series. Following the baseball game, the group will join the coaching staff and attend the U of L vs N.C. State football game at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.
Here's a glance at U of L baseball's visitors:
Sam Bordner: A 6-foot-6 right-hander from Baltimore (Oh.) Bloom-Central was a Perfect Game 1st Team Underclass All-American. He selected Louisville over Kentucky, Michigan and West Virginia.
Chris Botsoe: A top 50 outfield prospect who committed to the Cardinals in March 2013, he was a Perfect Game 2nd Team Underclass All-American. The Hinsdale (Ill.) High prospect picked U of L over Michigan and South Carolina.
Noah Burkholder: Crown Point, Ind., right-handed pitcher was an Underclass All-American 1st Team selection by Perfect Game. He committed to the Cardinals over North Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Bryan Hoeing: The 6-foot-6 righty from Batesville, Ind., was a Perfect Game Underclass 1st Team. An Under Armor All-American as junior, Hoeing chose Louisville over Indiana, North Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Daniel Little: The shortstop from Lexington Catholic was a Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention choice.
Devin Mann: Columbus (Ind.) North shortstop committed to Louisville over Kentucky, Western Michigan and Western Kentucky. He was a Perfect Game Underclass 3rd Team All-American choice.
Zeke Pinkham: The catcher from Elizabethtown (Ky.) High picked the Cardinals over Kentucky and Tennessee. He was a Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention selection.
Josh Stowers: Ranked among the top 5 prospects in Illinois and a 2nd Team Underclass All-American by Perfect Game. The 6-foot outfielder from Westchester (Ill.) Mount Carmel chose U of L over Miami, Michigan, Stanford and Vanderbilt.
Riley Thompson: A 6-foot-4 right-hander from Louisville Christian Academy, who garnered Perfect Game Underclass 1st Team accolades.
Adam Wolf: A 6-foot-5 left-handed pitcher from Edison, Oh., who chose Louisville over Cincinnati, Duke, Indiana, North Carolina and Virginia.
The final game of the Pizza Bowl will begin at 11:00 a.m. at Patterson Stadium. Fans are encouraged to attend and admission is free.