The University of Louisville football team will celebrate Senior Day on Saturday.
The Cardinals will see 24 players walk in the Senior Day ceremonies, including 21 seniors and three juniors on the roster.
Here's a look at the seniors:
#2 Jamari Staples - The former transfer from UAB has 72 catches for 1,231 yards - 17.1 yards a catch - and five touchdowns in two seasons with the Cardinals.
#3 Pat Thomas - A former quarterback, Thomas has switched to wide receiver and has seen limited time. He does play on several special teams units for the Cardinals.
#13 Ethan Horton - The walk-on quarterback from Leslie County is just a junior in eligibility but will walk with the seniors and graduate.
#17 James Quick - The former Trinity star has 119 career catches for 1,184 yards and 14 touchdowns. Quick has also been a standout on special teams during his career for the Cardinals.
#18 Cole Hikutini - A finalist for the Polynesian Football Player of the Year Award, Hikutini has 61 catches for 904 yards and two TDs during his two seasons at U of L.
#23 Brandon Radcliff - The senior running back has carried 415 times for 2,249 career yards and 26 touchdowns. Radcliff has 777 yards and five TDs in 11 games this season.
#25 Josh Harvey-Clemons - A former transfer form Georgia, Harvey-Clemons has been a key cog in the defense for two seasons. He has 144 tackles, six tackles for a loss and three interceptions at U of L.
#33 Malin Jones - A former walk-on transfer from Northwestern, Jones plays a lot on special teams and has 15 carries for 66 yards in limited time out of the backfield.
#35 Anthony George - A fifth-year senior from Trinity, George had never kicked in a game until this season. He has 38 kickoffs for the Cardinals this season, including three touchbacks.
#35 Marcus Mays - A walk-on senior defensive back from Male High School.
#38 John Stitch - A walk-on senior defensive back from Trinity High School.
#38 Chris Miele - A walk-on junior from Manual High School who will walk with the seniors and graduate.
#44 Paul Logsdon - A walk-on senior tight end from Butler High School who has played four games this season.
#46 Lamar Atkins - The fullback for the Cardinals this season; had played linebacker before this season but at fullback coach Bobby Petrino called him a "very important piece of this offense."
#49 Colin Holba - The starting long snapper for the Cardinals the past two seasons; Holba is from Eastern High School and has started every game for two years at the key position.
#50 Khalil Hunter - The former JUCO standout saw limited time last season but has been a starter and key player at the offensive guard position this season for the Cardinals.
#55 Keith Kelsey - The senior linebacker has played in 48 career games, starting 36 of those contests, and has 292 career tackles, 23.5 career tackles for a loss and 11 sacks.
#56 Kiola Mahoni - Another former JUCO offensive lineman who was limited in snaps last season but has been a starter and mainstay on the line this season for the Cardinals.
#61 Tobijah Hughley - A former walk-on from Lexington, Hughley has 35 career starts at the center position for Louisville.
#73 Matt Cohen - A fifth-year graduate transfer from Leigh, Cohen has seen a few snaps this season on offense and is on the Cardinals' punt team.
#84 Gio Pascascio - A senior wide receiver, Pascascio has been a standout on special teams for U of L.
#89 Keith Towbridge - The senior tight end has been the best blocking tight end on the team this season; he has 20 career catches for 279 yards and three touchdowns.
#92 Devonte Fields - The former TCU transfer has been really good in two years for the Cardinals. He has 104 tackles, including 30.5 tackles for a loss and 15 sacks, in two seasons at U of L.
#97 DeAngelo Brown - The player coach Todd Grantham has called the key to the defense, Brown has been sensational in the middle for the Cardinals. He has played in 44 career games - 27 starts - and has 104 tackles, 19.5 tackles for a loss and 6.5 sacks.
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