Louisville lands a commitment from three-star linebacker Dorian Etheridge; committed to the Cardinals after Friday night camp

The University of Louisville lands a third commitment out of its Friday night Light Up The Ville camp as Charleston, W. Va., three-star linebacker Dorian Etheridge picks the Cardinals. He committed to Bobby Petrino before leaving campus.

It's been a good weekend for the University of Louisville football team on the defensive side of the ball.

After picking up a pair of commitments in the secondary, the Cardinals landed a three-star linebacker - Dorian Etheridge - who committed to head coach Bobby Petrino after Friday's Light Up The Ville camp in Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Etheridge is a three-star prospect and attends Capital High School in Charleston, W. Va.

Etheridge, ranked as the No. 34 outside linebacker in the country, picked  the Cardinals over Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh and West Virginia. He had more than a dozen scholarship offers.

A two-time All-State selection by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association, Etheridge helped Capital to the Class 3-A state title as a sophomore.


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