The University of Louisville has scored a commitment from the highest-ranked prospect in its Class of 2016 for a second time.
Columbus, Ga., Carver High School quarterback Jawon Pass told Cardinal Authority that he was "still solid" with his commitment to Louisville even after a visit to reigning national champion Alabama this weekend.
Pass and his mother, Kershena Thomas, spent the weekend in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
"Alabama was straight," Pass said. "But I'm still solid with Louisville. That's where I want to be."
The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Pass - who is the No. 192 ranked player in the Scout300 - said he was "honored" to get the invitation to check out the Alabama campus but knew it wasn't going to change anything.
"They invited me, so I figured I might as well go check it out," Pass said.
But as Thomas said, "there was no hint from him that anything was going to change. He's going to sign with Louisville."
A U.S. Army All-American, Pass said he has one more visit before signing on Feb. 3 - next weekend to Louisville.
"I can't wait," Pass said. "I'm excited to get back up there."
Pass originally committed to Louisville in July, picking the Cardinals over Auburn and Alabama. Pass is the highest-ranked player in the U of L class and helped his team to a 9-2 record as a senior.