Robbie Bell has been a frequent vistor to the University of Louisville campus this season.
The 6-foot-5, 285-pound Bell has been to campus almost a dozen times since he committed last April, including this weekend for his official visit with the Cardinals' football program.
The future U of L offensive lineman said it went "just great."
"It was fun," Bell said. "I had a great time and it was nothing new really, just got to spend time with the guys and all."
Bell, who was one of the first commitments in the class and has said he's been in contact with most of the other commitments and even some guys uncommited the staff is trying to recruit, said he will sign in February and be on campus in June.
"I am ready for signing day to come," Bell said.
Bell is a three-star prospect from Hoschton, Ga., Mill Creek High School. He had more than 35 pancake blocks as a senior as Mill Creek finished the season 13-1 and lost in the state semifinals.
While on his visit, Bell said he did a little recruiting.
"I talked with (Ole Miss LB commit) Donta (Evans) and (Florida DE) Kordell (Slater) a lot," said Bell. Slater committed to the Cardinals on Sunday morning and Evans is just finishing up his visit.
Bell was with his parents on his visit.