Cards in top 10 for Florida corner
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Cardinal Gibbons cornerback Marquis Williams has the University of Louisville in his top 10.
The 5-foot-10, 160-pound Williams tweeted his top 10 list, including U of L, Clemson, Penn State, Kentucky, Michigan State, Minnesota, Wake Forest, Mississippi State, Wisconsin and Pittsburgh.
Williams has been timed in the 40-yard dash in 4.43.
Louisville offers Louisiana cornerback
The U of L staff has been hitting Louisiana hard in the last few weeks. The latest with an offer is Slidell, La., Salmen three-star cornerback Eddie Smith, who now has more than a dozen scholarship offers.
Smith was one of the Scout.com top defenders at The Opening in New Orleans in March. His offer sheet includes, Oregon State, Louisiana Tech, Memphis, Southern Mississippi and UAB.
As a junior, Smith played on both sides of the ball at receiver and defensive back. He caught 11 passes for 275 yards and five touchdowns on an impressive 25 yards per reception. Defensively, Smith recorded 33 tackles, one tackle for loss, and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown.
Kansas commit lands U of L offer
And another from Louisiana came when the Cardinals offered New Orleans Landry-Walker cornerback Corione Harris.
The 6-foot, 165-pound Harris is a four-star prospect and currently committed to Kansas.
Harris ranks as the No. 234 player in the country and No. 20 among cornerbacks nationally.
Tennessee nose guards takes in spring game
Nashville, Tenn., Brentwood Academy nose guard Airin Spell checked out the U of L spring game last week.
The 6-foot-1, 290-pound Spell said the Cardinals have just started getting in contact and noted several other schools have been calling.
"It was a great game to watch," Spell said. "And it gave me a great perspective on what it takes to play at a school like Louisville."
Spell said he would return to U of L for a summer camp.
Mason County OL checks out U of L
Mason County High School senior offensive lineman Dalton Kindt is starting to generate some interest in the recruiting game and was a visitor to the U of L spring game last week.
The 6-foot-4, 270-pound Kindt plays both sides of the ball for the Royals, but projects as an offensive guard in college.
Kindt has also been in contact with Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Wofford, Western Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky. He said he hopes to make the rounds to camp this summer, including at U of L.
"I did go (to the spring game) and it was amazing," Kindt said. "The coaching staff and campus was just perfect I talked to the offensive line coach (Mike Summers) and I had a blast."