The University of Louisville football staff has been busy this week, extending a bunch of offers to top high school and junior college players all across the country.
The Cardinals are expected to have around 18 scholarships open for the Class of 2016 and currently have six verbal commitments.
Here's a look at some of the new offers:
Oge Udeogu is a 6-foot-4, 310-pound offensive lineman and native of Nigeria. He came to the U.S. in 2011 without any knowledge of football and played his high school ball at St. Viator in Arlington Heights, Ill. Udeogu spent time at East Coast Prep and is now at City College of San Francisco and getting some major college interest.
Udeogu reported an offer from Louisville on Thursday afternoon.
Former Boise State defensive end Mat Boesen, who now attends Long Beach City College, added an offer from U of L to another from Marshall. The 6-foot-4, 250-pound Boesen was dismissed from the Boise State team in late December.
Boesen ranked fifth on the team with three sacks in eight games last season as a redshirt freshman for the Broncos.
With this season at JUCO, Boesen would have two years to finish two years.
Olathe, Kan., North safety Isaiah Simmons picked up offer No. 8 when the Cardinals came calling on Thursday, The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Simmons also has offers from Iowa State, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Arizona State and Nebraska.
A member of the Scout.com 300, Simmons checks in as the No. 178 player in the country and the top prospect from the state of Kansas.
Henry Clay cornerback Davonte Robinson, who has committed to Kentucky, picked up offers from Notre Dame and Louisville this week. He plays running back and cornerback at Henry Clay and gave a commitment to UK back in October.
Robinson is ranked as the No. 4 corner in the Midwest by Scout.com.
Iowa Western Community College offensive guard Na'Ty Rodgers, a former player at South Carolina, was a top prospect out of Pomfret, Md. He was dismissed from the South Carolina team and now plays at Iowa Western.
The 6-foot-5, 298-pound Rodgers said U of L was his first offer the second time around, but he also has an offer now from Ohio U.
Coffeyville, Kan., Community College offensive lineman Branton Autry also now has an offer from U of L. The 6-foot-4, 320-pound Autry also has offers from Kansas State, Arizona State, Arkansas, Arkansas State, Florida, Ole Miss, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Southern Mississippi along with more.
Riverside, Calif., City College offensive guard Dwayne Wallace added a U of L offer to one he already has from San Diego. The 6-foot-4, 320-pound Wallace also has interest from California, Fresno State, Washington and UNLV.