Brohm schedules visit

Brian Brohm, rated by many as the top high school quarterback, has scheduled his official visit to Louisville.

Louisville Trinity quarterback Brian Brohm, who will participate in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday in San Antonio, has scheduled his official visit to Louisville.

Brohm has made numerous unofficial visits to the hometown Cardinals, the most recent occurring on December 10th when he attended a basketball game at Freedom Hall. During that visit, he, along with Head Coach Bobby Petrino and Quarterbacks Coach and brother Jeff Brohm sat near the floor and next to the student section, which chanted 'we want Brohm' a number of times.


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Since Brohm grew up around the Cardinal football program (his father Oscar and two brothers, Jeff and Greg played at U of L), it is unlikely that he will learn anything new about the Louisville program during his official visit the weekend of January 9th.

What he is likely to hear, is the best sales pitch that Coach Petrino has yet to deliver. There will most likely be discussion about early playing time, future Heisman marketing, the BIG EAST and it's future with the Bowl Championship Series and he'll definitely hear more about what is likely to become one of the most talented group of receivers in the nation.

Despite previous reports that he may announce his college decision during the U.S. Army All-American game, Brian told the San Antonio Express-News that he wouldn't make a final decision until after his visit to Louisville.

As a senior, Brohm helped guide Trinity to its third consecutive Class 4A Title this past season. He threw for 3,720 yards and 33 touchdowns in 2003, boosting his career totals to 10,579 yards and 119 touchdowns.


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