<B>ITV Exclusive</b> - One of the priorities for the 2004 recruiting class is finding help for the defensive side of the ball and the Cardinal coaching staff has once again turned to Florida for the latest addition.<P>
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of Clay High School in Green Cove Spring, Fla, told Inside theVille on Saturday morning that he had made his college decision.
"I committed to the 'Ville," said Butler. "I'm looking forward to coming up there."
The 6'2, 210-pound Butler made his official visit to the Louisville the weekend of December 12th. He previously visited Wake Forest.
"I liked it," explained Butler. "I like the coaches there and the way the team is playing."
Butler, who was recruited by U of L offensive coordinator Paul Petrino, recorded over 100 tackles as a senior and was named to the Clay County Super 11 team for the second consecutive season.
He committed to Louisville over offers from Cincinnati, East Carolina, Southern Miss, Wake Forest, South Florida and NC State. He was also receiving frequent attention from LSU, Mississippi, among others.
Stay tuned to ITV for more on Butler's commitment.