A few recruiting notes from the University of Louisville football program; new offers and some visit news

A few recruiting notes from the University of Louisville football program. A look at a couple of new offers and some visit news.

Top safety among those visiting

Louisville will host a lot of prospects this weekend, including Miramar, Fla., safety prospect Brian Edwards.

The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Edwards has been a top target for the Cardinals since he de-committed from Miami in late October.

Edwards is the No. 19 safety prospect in the South and the No. 6 player at his position in the state of Florida. He was on U of L's campus last spring and has been a target for the Cardinals' staff for a long time.

He's also expected to visit Syracuse on Jan. 20 and Miami on Jan. 27 before making a decision.


Cards offer Scout300 OL in '18 class

Bradenton, Fla., IMG Academy offensive guard Curtis Dunlap Jr. added to his long list of scholarships, landing No. 37 from Louisville.

The 6-foot-6, 340-pound Dunlap is ranked as the No. 165 player in the '18 class nationally by Scout.com.

Dunlap is the No. 7 offensive guard in the class and ranks No. 1 at his position in Florida.


Cards offer playmaker from Mississippi

Louisville has fared well in the state of Mississippi in recent years. Now, the Cardinals have offered a top '19 prospect from the state.

Jackson, Miss., Prep 2019 running back prospect Jerrion Ealy has landed an offer from the U of L staff.

The 5-foot-10, 185-pound Ealy was one of the state's top playmakers as a sophomore, already landing offers from Ole Miss and Mississippi State among several others.

Ealy finished his sophomore season with 1,580 yards of total offense and 29 touchdowns.


Cards offer 2020 WR

Louisville only has a handful of offers out in the 2020 class.

But now the Cardinals have one out to one of the top wide receivers in the state of Georgia, offering Suwanee, Ha., Hebron Christian wide receiver Donnovan Moorer over the weekend.

The 5-foot-8, 155-pound Moorer already has six other offers, including Miami and Maryland.

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