Having already made official visits with Ohio State and UCLA, Wariboko is in the Derby City to get a better idea of what opportunities exist for him with the Cardinals program.
"A powerful offensive guard prospect, who quite simply dominates the competition on the private school level," Scout.com National Recruiting Analyst Greg Powers said. "He has his way with defensive linemen, locking on and driving them all over the field. He has quick feet and is massive. The combo allows him to be equally adept at pass and run blocking, making him a top shelf OG prospect."
An Oklahoma pledge until April, the 6-foot-3, 305-pound lineman continues to consider the Sooners, as well as California, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M and others.
Joining him on his visit is his younger brother Max Wariboko, who is a 2016 three-star defensive back prospect that also holds a Louisville offer.
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