There's a lot of talent in the state of Kentucky's Class of 2019.
And the University of Louisville football staff has its eye on a bunch of them, offering a seventh player from the Bluegrass State in that class on Saturday when Glasgow offensive lineman Tanner Bowles picked up an offer.
The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Bowles was a first-team All-Conference performer as a sophomore.
Bowles is the brother of former U of L player Hunter Bowles, who had his career cut short by an injury but was one of 15 U of L players who graduated in December.
The younger Bowles visited a game last season at U of L and it's his second offer. He was also offered by Kentucky.
The Cardinals have offered other '19 in-state stars: Stephen Herron of Trinity, Bryan Hudson of Scott County, J.J. Weaver of Moore, Jacob Lacey of South Warren, Milton Wright of Christian Academy and Kel'shawn Knight-Goff of Doss.