Chaffey College, Calif., offensive tackle Ronald Rudd has 16 scholarship offers and a bunch of schools showing him interest.
The 6-foot-7, 300-pound three-star prospect is one of the top junior-college offensive linemen in the country. He doesn't have an official visits scheduled just yet, but knows one he wants to take.
"I hope to take an official visit sometime in July," Rudd said when asked if Louisville was on that list. "I haven't taken any yet but I do plan on also visiting Memphis, Missouri and Baylor this summer."
Rudd has really seen his recruitment take off in the past few months. He's added offers from the likes of Colorado, Kansas State, Missouri, Memphis, Purdue, SMU, Southern, UAB, Central Florida and Washington State.
Rudd is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2016 football season.
U of L offensive line coach Chris Klenakis has been in touch with Rudd for a few months. He visited the college recently and Rudd said he can see himself fitting into the Bobby Petrino offense.
"I like the offensive style they run," he said. "I can see myself being successful in it. I know I can help the team compete for a national title."