O'Fallon (Ill.) four-star prospect Kentrail Moran has quickly become one of the more sought-after running backs in the country. Rated as the nation's No.14 running back in the 2016 class, Moran is compiling an impressive list of suitors.
Louisville joined the growing group last month when they extended a scholarship offer to the 5-11, 200-pound back. In addition to the Cardinals, Moran also holds offers from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Syracuse and others.
"I was very excited, Louisville is a great school, with a great high power offense," Moran said upon receiving the offer. "Coach Petrino is doing good things there."
Moran had hoped to attend Louisville's Junior Day over the weekend until another round of winter weather postponed the Cardinals event.
"Coach told me that we would reschedule the visit up there," he told Cardinal Authority. "It was real nice experience when I was there for the Florida State game, so I'm looking forward to coming back again. I like the atmosphere there and they have a lot of great coaches."
Moran is being recruited by Cardinals running back coach Kolby Smith.
"We have a tight relationship," Moran said.
While Moran is certain to add a few more offers in the coming weeks and months, he does hope to bring his recruitment to an end around the start of fall.
"I'm planning on making my decision before my senior year and then I'll take my official visit," he explained.