The University of Louisville hosted another Junior Day on Saturday, with head coach Bobby Petrino and his staff welcoming approximately two dozen recruits to campus.
Among the few that held a scholarship offer prior to the visit is Manvel (Tex.) defensive end Hasaun Glasgow.
"I liked the visit," he told Cardinal Authority. "It felt like home, but I have to continue to weigh my options and visit other schools to see how I feel about them."
The 6-foot-4, 225-pound end has added a pair of offers since receiving his first from the Cardinals last June, with Nevada and Prarie View A&M increasing his offer list. Arizona State, SMU and Washington are among the growing list of schools expressing an interest. Glasgow anticipates visiting TCU and a few others in the coming weeks.
During his time in Louisville, Glasgow, who made the trip with his father, watched the Cardinals scrimmage, visited the football facilities and met with members of the coaching staff.
"They like me a lot," he said. "I've gained some weight which they said is a bonus for me.
"I really like them and I like how they make a point of graduating all their players and some people even graduate as juniors," he said. "My dad really liked them, too."
Glasgow recorded 50 tackles, seven sacks and scored a defensive touchdown as junior playing his hand on the ground. U of L projects him playing a "hybrid defensive end" that will allow him the opportunity to stand up.
"He's very good," Glasgow said of U of L defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, who employs the 3-4 defense. "They say he's a very smart coach and that he's very good at working with his players."
Glasgow's current hope is make his college choice prior to the start of his senior season this fall.
"Probably in July or August before the season starts," he said.