Michael McCammon

Bowling Green linebacker Justice Dingle visit Louisville on Friday

Bowling Green linebacker Justice Dingle was among a group of recruits that visited Louisville on Friday afternoon

One of the top prospects in the Bluegrass State spent much of his Friday in Louisville visiting the Cardinals program.

Bowling Green linebacker Justice Dingle made the simple trip north up I-65 to spend time touring the Louisville football facilities, touring the campus and spending time interacting with members of the coaching staff.  While impressed with each phase of the visit, his time with the U of L head coach Bobby Petrino stood out the most.

"I enjoyed the one-on-one interaction I had with coach Petrino," he told Cardinal Authority.  "He likes my explosiveness and how I am versatile."

The construction that will add 10,000 new seats at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium and increase the space for the program's workout facilities also a highlighted his time.

"They are really doing a lot to improve their facilities," he said.  "It looks like it is really going to be nice,"

While the focus is on the direction of the football program, Dingle also spent valuable time learning about the academic offerings.

"I like what the school has to offer from a academic perspective," he said.

In addition to his Louisville, the 6-foot-2, 230-pound three-star prospect has Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, Purdue, Tennessee and Virginia as programs that have extended a scholarship offer.

Friday's visit won't be Dingle's last to the Derby City, who informs that he's "looking forward to checking out one of their spring practices."


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