Safety Devon Key of Lexington Bryan Station, who is becoming one of the more sought after prospects in the Bluegrass State, made the short trip west to the Derby City on Saturday to attend Junior Day at the University of Louisville.
"I feel like the visit went well," he told Cardinal Authority on Sunday. "I got to watch the team scrimmage and also got a look at the campus and more."
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect also "enjoyed talking with Coach Brown" and how the Cardinals safeties are coached during spring drills.
Key, who has attended camps at Cincinnati and Kentucky, currently holds scholarship offers from Austin Peay, Ball State, Central Michigan and Miami of Ohio. Purdue and Western Kentucky are among the others showing an interest.
Key visited Louisville in February and may return again for the program's camp later this spring.
"I might be able to attend the camp depending on how my camp schedule works out," he said.
As a junior, Key led Bryan Station with 85.5 tackles, including two tackles for a loss. He also had two interceptions, four pass break ups and two forced fumbles.