Louisville commit camps at his future home

Stevenson, Ala., North Jackson tight end Austin Cummins, who committed to Louisville in March, made the trip North for camp on Saturday and talks about how he performed and what he felt from the staff during his visit.

Stevenson, Ala., North Jackson tight end Austin Cummins committed to the University of Louisville in March and made the return trip for the spring game in mid-April.

On Saturday, Cummins was back in town.

The 6-foot-5, 235-pound Cummins was at U of L's camp with over 100 other players, including a handful of top prospects for the Cardinals in the Class of 2016.

"It was great," he said. "I loved every minute of it. I got a lot of one-on-one time and learned a lot.

"I just love it at Louisville."

Cummins is still hearing from other schools and recently went to Alabama's camp and is hearing some from the Crimson Tide, but said he feels "really comfortable" at Louisville.

"The coaches were happy to see me and welcomed me as if I was coming home," he said. "I was excited to learn."

Cummins said he is "for sure" still committed and firm with the commitment, noting that "I can't wait to get back up there."

Cummins is considered a sleeper in the state of Alabama, which has become a major priority for the U of L staff. The Cardinals have five guys in the Class of 2015 from the state of Alabama. Cummins, who said he knew from the time he left U of L's Junior Day that he was likely going to commit, made the decision after visiting Southern Miss and also considering several other schools, including Florida Atlantic.

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