During his four hour drive home on Sunday afternoon, Fiegler discussed his visit to Louisville this weekend and how he felt he performed during Sunday's camp while under the watchful eyes of Coach Bobby Petrino and the Cardinals offensive staff.
"I thought that I did real well," Fiegler said. "I think that I helped myself."
Fielger, who explained that he was included in a group at the camp that included other top national quarterback prospects such as Neil Caudle, David Cone and Earl Alexander, said that such competition is to be expected.
"That's going to happen at a school like Louisville," he said. "They want the best, so they have the best at their camp."
While in the River City for the U of L camp, Fiegler was given a tour of the Cardinals facilities and met with the Cardinal coaches.
"I was blown away by Louisville's facilities," he explained. "Louisville left a good a impression with my me and my dad."
With a strong performance now behind him, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound Fiegler hopes to receive good news about the offer that he came to Louisville with hopes of earning.
"I talked to Coach Levine and he said that they are having a staff meeting on Monday," Fiegler continued. "I might find something out tomorrow."
The lefty, who led his team to the Class 2A title last fall, has future camps scheduled with North Carolina (6/13), North Carolina State (6/14) and Southern Miss (6/25).