Alabama linebacker Matthew Flint attended Louisville's Junior Day and gave the Cardinals high marks

Alabama linebacker Matthew Flint attended Louisville's Junior Day and gave the Cardinals high marks.

Gurley, Ala., Madison County High School linebacker Matthew Flint has nine scholarship offers already on the table and has been on several visits, including a recent trip to Mississippi for a Junior Day.

But the 6-foot, 210-pound Flint said he saw something he "really liked a lot" at another Junior Day on Saturday.

Flint attended the University of Louisville's Junior Day and said he was "impressed" with the total package at U of L.

"I talked to L.D. Scott my recruiting coordinator, and coach (Peter) Sirmon (defensive coordinator) and (Cort) Dennison (co-secondary coach), just trying to familiarize myself with the whole defensive personnel. I even had a bus ride conversation with the DBs coach (Lorenzo Ward).

"They are doing a lot of rebuilding there so some stuff was torn down, but I was there last year and loved the facilities. So any improvements they make from what they already had can only be a positive."

Flint had over a 1,000 yards of offense and a 100 tackles for Madison Central this past season.

He holds offers from Auburn, Memphis, Arkansas State, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, South Alabama, UAB and Western Kentucky.

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