Bowling Green High School 2018 standout Justice Dingle already has four scholarship offers and is considered one of the state's top prospect in his class after transferring prior to the season from Murfreesboro, Tenn.
On Saturday, Dingle got a look at one of the schools that has offered him.
Dingle spent the afternoon at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium getting his first look at the University of Louisville as he watched the Cardinals roll over North Carolina State. He's also been offered Kentucky, Tennessee and Middle Tennessee State.
"It was really nice up there," Dingle said. "The stadium was great and the campus is nice. I liked the players and the coaches have been talking to me for a while now. They're showing me a lot of love."
Dingle said after watching the Cardinals play in person that he was "very excited" about having an offer from the staff.
"Coach (Chris Klenakis) said he likes what I can bring to the defense and told me to come up any time I want," Dingle said.
The 6-foot-2, 230-pound Dingle has 43 tackles for the Purples this season. Bowling Green is 9-0 and has allowed a total of seven points in the last six games heading into the final week of the season.
Dingle came to Bowling Green from Oakland High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn., in August when his father took a new job in Glasgow. As a sophomore, Dingle had 13 tackles and two sacks in limited time.