Alpharetta (Ga.) Johns Creek tight end Tommy Tremble is one of the fastest-rising prospects in the nation and on Friday added a scholarship offer from Louisville.
The 6-foot-4, 225-pound prospect, who's father was a defensive back at Georgia, has gone from a relative unknown just a few months ago to now being in possession of 27 scholarship offers.
"It's still fun," he said. "About a month or two ago I had no interest or offers, but I'm truly blessed to be able to say I have the opportunity to go to 27 different schools."
His lengthy list of offers crosses multiple Power 5 conferences, with Georgia, Maryland, NC State, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia among his many suitors.
Louisville's invitation certainly grabbed his attention. He's spoken with former U of L tight end and current assistant Pete Notcha and explained that he's "hoping to build" an even stronger relationship.
"It's amazing, you know, to be wanted on an offense that has a Heisman QB and a very talented team overall," he told Cardinal Authority. "I was very excited when they told me."
Tremble currently has no visit plans set but explains that, "I want to try and get out there, but I don't know when I can."