Pulaski County High School offensive lineman Zack Ferris is one of the top prospects at his position statewide in the Class of 2018.
The 6-foot-5, 299-pound Ferris already has six scholarship offers and on Saturday was making a visit to the University of Louisville. He's recently been talking more to new U of L offensive line coach Mike Summers.
Ferris said the visit went "just great."
"I talked a little with coach Summers after practice and he looks forwards to seeing me in the summer during our off-season workouts and stuff," Ferris said. "But honestly, it's a blessing that I have a place like Louisville wanting to even talk to me."
As a junior, Ferris played both sides of the ball. He had 91 tackles as a defensive lineman and helped open holes for an offense that rushed for over 2,100 yards and had over 5,500 total yards. The Maroons finished 12-3.
Pulaski County coach John Hines said Ferris is being recruited mostly on offense. He's started on the o-line for three years already.
Ferris already has offers from Marshall, Murray State, Austin Peay, Eastern Kentucky and Georgetown. He said he's also been in contact with Kentucky and Miami of Ohio.