Nord extended U of L's offer following a performance that saw Minton record a 4.78-40 and a 20-yard shuttle time of 4.35, as well as a 30 inch vertical.
"It was pretty exciting to get an offer from the big in-state school," Minton said on Wednesday.
Louisville has joined a group that also includes Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Purdue, Virginia Tech and a handful of others as school's that have offered Minton a scholarship.
"I couldn't give any type of order of schools right now," said the 6-foot-4, 250-pound Minton. "I really don't have any favorites right now."
Despite the absence of a list of favorites, Minton was very appreciative of Louisville's offer.
"I just hope that they are as excited about me, as I'm excited about them," he said.
The Louisville coaches will have another opportunity to watch Minton up close when he camps at U of L next month. He also intends to camp at Virginia Tech and Florida and is considering attending the camps at Kentucky and Vanderbilt.