Christian County High School quarterback Kolbe Langhi has been to the University of Louisville campus before and was back on Saturday for the Cardinals' Junior Day event.
The 6-foot-6, 215-pound Langhi said he had a "great time" and would return again.
"I really had a good time and liked the coaches and the facilities," Langhi said. "They asked me to come back and camp (this summer).
"So, I will come back to camp and I will go to a few other places."
Langhi said he spent time with the offensive coaches learning more about the U of L offense that he "really likes."
"The one thing I really like about Louisville is they build their offense around the quarterback," Langhi said. "Whoever is the quarterback, the coaches build the offense around the quarterback."
U of L was the first visit of the offseason for Langhi, who holds his only offer from Eastern Kentucky. He said he's also expecting to visit EKU and Western Kentucky among others in the next few months.
Langhi was impressive at U of L's Quarterback Camp last summer and had a sensational season for the Colonels, throwing for 2,425 yards and 23 touchdowns. As a sophomore, Langhi passed for 2,386 yards and 22 TDs.