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Louisville will host 90 or more visitors for Saturday's game against Florida State; here's a notebook of recruiting items

The University of Louisville football staff will host 90 or more visitors for Saturday's game against Florida State. Here's a notebook of recruiting items from some of the visitors.

Russ Yeast to visit Louisville

Greenwood, Ind., Center Grove four-star athlete Russ Yeast will be among 90 or more visitors at the Louisville Cardinals top-10 matchup against Florida State on Saturday at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Yeast is a former Kentucky commitment and has been to Louisville several times, including in July for the Cardinals' Friday Night Lights Camp. He's the son of former Kentucky wide receiver Craig Yeast.

Yeast, who is the No. 3 athlete in the Midwest, has made official visits to Iowa and Auburn and is also still looking at U of L, Illinois, Mississippi and Northwestern. He plans on making five official visits before making a decision.

In his first season at Center Grove, Yeast has rushed for 566 yards and is averaging 8.6 yards per carry.

Several commits visiting Cardinals

Louisville has 10 commitments from its Class of 2017 making a visit to campus this weekend, but the Cardinals also have seven commitments from other schools making their way to campus.

The seven commits from other schools, includes Kentucky commitments Quinton Bohanna and Jarren Williams.

Bohanna is a 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive tackle in the '17 class, while Williams is a quarterback from Lawrenceville, Ga., Central Gwinnett High School. Williams is considered a top signal caller from the Peach State.

Rome, Ga., linebacker Jaylen Griffin, who is committed to Virginia Tech, Middle Tennessee linebacker commitment Chaton Mobley of Fulton, Tenn., and Christian Academy tight end Jacob Paulson - who is committed to Western Kentucky - will also be at the game.

Manual standouts Bryce Cosby and Sean Cleasant are also expected to attend. Cosby committed to Ball State and Cleasant recently made a commitment to Eastern Kentucky.

Big-time Alabama safety expected

Jackson, Ala., High School four-star safety Kendarian Handy-Holly is the No. 17 player in the state of Alabama and is expected to make the trip up to Louisville for the game.

Ranked as the No, 264 prospect in the country, Handy-Holly is a ball-hawking safety with more than two dozen offers. He's looking at U of L, Florida, Mississippi State, North Carolina State and Minnesota.

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