University of Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino continued with his series of camps on Saturday, welcoming another large group of prospects to the Cardinals football complex.
Participants spent most of the day working with coaches on the practice fields, as well as using the Trager Indoor Facility when a sudden storm blanketed the area. Those attending also had an opportunity to visit the program's facilities.
As usual, the Petrino camp attracted a number of impressive prospects, highlighted by four-star quarterback Jawon Pass. His 6-foot-5 frame made him hard to miss and he was the buzz among both the participants and on-lookers.
In addition to the camp participants, U of L also welcomed a pair of three-star prospects from the Volunteer State, including Nashville Montgomery Bell tight end Jordan Wilson. Wilson, who holds a scholarship offer from the Cardinals, includes Louisville among his four early favorites.
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