Boynton Beach, Fla., head football coach Andy Siegal called quarterback Lamar Jackson an "absolute playmaker," in a February interview with Scout.com.
Jackson still has a few more months until he's able to enroll at the University of Louisville to start showing off his playmaking skills.
But on Friday night, Jackson is expected to make an appearance at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. He's expected to attend the U of L Spring Game.
Another signee - Hiram, Ga., linebacker Jonathan Greenard - is also expected to attend the Cardinals' spring game.
Jackson, who threw for 1,306 yards and rushed for 962 while accounting for 35 total touchdowns as a senior, was named to Florida's 6-A first-team All-State team as a utility player by the Associated Press.
Jackson has been projected as a prospect who could challenge for the quarterback spot in the fall. U of L coach Bobby Petrino said on signing day that he would get "every opportunity" to win the position like the other QBs on the team.
The 6-foot-3, 215-pound Greenard had a sensational senior season at Hiram, netting eight sacks on the season. He finished his career with 13 sacks.