Danny Muy impressed during visit to Louisville

Tallahassee Lincoln offensive lineman Danny Muy recently made an unofficial visit to Louisville. Danny's step father, Scott McPherson, spoke with ITV and told us about their trip.

Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida was a friendly place for the Louisville coaching staff during the last recruiting period, as they signed three players from the nationally ranked program. Offensive lineman Danny Muy is the latest prospect from Lincoln that the Cardinal coaches hope to bring to Louisville.

During the early days of fall camp, Danny Muy made an unofficial visit to Louisville, along with his mother and step father Scott McPherson. The trip to Louisville was apart of a four day road trip in which Danny also visited Alabama and Middle Tennessee State.

Scott McPherson recently spoke with ITV and informed us of the how their visit to the Louisville football complex and campus went.

"We had a good visit," explained McPherson. "It answered a lot of questions and we were able to accomplish our objective. We were able to meet the staff, academic facilities and took a campus tour. It was also good to see some of Danny's former teammates."

Due to his impressive size at 6'3, 275-pounds, Danny has grabbed the attention of numerous programs around the country. Louisville, Nebraska, East Carolina, Alabama, Clemson, Connecticut and Middle Tennessee State have all extended scholarship offers to Danny.

"Louisville was the first to offer," continued McPherson. "That's why we wanted to make the trip up there."

McPherson also told us that the Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, as well as the entire athletic staff, left a positive impression. "The stadium is a beautiful facility, it's first rate. There is a solid commitment there from the top down. We came away very impressed."

While they are attempting to avoid the ranking of favorite schools, ITV was told that they do have a top tier list which includes Louisville, Nebraska, Clemson and Alabama.

"Our focus is to minimize distractions and stay focused on winning a state title [at Lincoln]," said McPherson of the heavy amount of interest that continues to pour in.

Lincoln, which is ranked #12 in the USA Today Super 25 rankings, opens its season on September 4th against Pensacola.

Last season as a junior, Muy graded out at 87% and recorded 37 pancake blocks. He only allowed three sacks but those were all against Melbourne (Fla.) Palm Bay in a playoff loss.

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