Schwindel, a second team All-State choice as a junior, is among the top prospects in the state on both the gridiron and hardwood.
Since completing the recent basketball season, when he averaged 21.5 points per game and drawn interest from Murray State, Morehead State and others, Schwindel has turned his attention to improving both his strength and speed.
"Lately I've been lifting weights and doing some speed acceleration programs," said the 6'3, 200-pound defensive back.
"Right now I am pretty open between those three," Schwindel explained of his current favorites, Louisville, Kentucky and Tennessee. "I probably get stuff from Kentucky the most and they offered me a scholarship a few weeks ago."
Teammate Jordan Doyle will also be attending U of L's Junior Day on Saturday, which will also be his first such visit.
Doyle, an All-State honorable mention selection last fall, was one of the top running backs in the state last fall when he racked up 1,608 yards and 24 touchdowns.
Doyle is also receiving quite a bit of attention from programs from around the region.
"I'm hearing from Arkansas, Louisville, Ole Miss, Kentucky and Vanderbilt the most right now," explained the 6'0, 210-pound back. "I'm pretty wide open to any school right now. I want to see what the facilities are like and find the right coaches that will work with me and make me a better player."
Schwindel and Jordan are just two of many that will visit the U of L football complex on Saturday, so stay logged on to InsidetheVille.com for additional prospect updates.