The University of Louisville football program is expected to host an impressive list of visitors for Thursday night's game against Florida State.
The Cardinals should have 35-40 prospects on hand to watch the game in what is expected to be a sold out Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.
Three U of L current commitments are expected for the game, including Iowa Western wide receiver Paul Harris. The former Tennessee wide receiver will be making his official visit to U of L. He's expected to enroll in January.
Also visiting for the game will be Atlanta offensive lineman Aaron Cochran and Smiths Station, Ala., linebacker Amonte Caban. Both have committed to U of L and will be coming to the game on unofficial visits.
Three other prospects will be making official visits, including the Eastern Arizona College duo of running back Tim Cook and lineman Kahlil Hunter. Arizona Western College tight end Raymond Epps - an Arizona State commitment - will also be visiting.
Epps is one of five prospects committed to other schools expected to attend the game, including recent Kentucky commitment Quinton Baker. He's a junior running back from Ashlans Paul Blazer and considered one of the state's top 2016 prospects.
Florida offensive line commitment George Brown of Cincinnati Winton Woods and South Carolina safety commitment Antoine Wilder of Atlanta are also expected. Western Kentucky commitment Bryant Pirtle of DeSales will also be at the game.
Some of the other top talent includes Manual wide receiver Will Blackford, Collins kicker Blanton Creque, Fern Creek junior wide receiver Lamarius Kinslow and the Trinity 2016 trio of defensive lineman Connor Foos, linebacker Damon Lowe and running back Jailen Reed.
O'Fallon, Ill., Class of 2016 standouts Kentrail Moran and Tucker McCann are also expected. Moran is an elite running back with a U of L offer, while McCann is a kicker who recently hit a 60-yard field goal in a game.
Cardinal Authority will keep you posted on any changes this week to the list.