When it comes to recruiting, the competition never ends until the papers are signed on National Signing Day.
The University of Louisville received a commitment from Miami (Fla.) Killian cornerback Sheldrick Redwine in early January and have had to work consistently to hold off interest from others continued to climb.
After enjoying his official visit three weeks ago, Killian has had Auburn, Texas and most recently, the hometown Hurricanes attempt to sway his decision. Last week, Redwine corrected reports that stated he had de-committed from Louisville and was possibly headed towards Auburn.
"All rumors of my de-commitment were false and I will be signing my Letter Of Intent on Feb 4 to the University Of Louisville," he posted on Twitter.
Speculation arose again when a scholarship by Miami was extended over the weekend, but Redwine remains firm. When asked on Sunday if he remains firm with his commitment to Louisville, he replied, "yes I am."
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Redwine is ranked among the top 100 cornerback prospects in the nation by Scout.com. He'll report to U of L in June.
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