The University of Louisville wrapped up their sixth practice of fall camp Thursday morning. The Cardinals again were in full pads on the first two-a-day practices. They'll return to field this afternoon at 4 PM. Here are the highlights from Thursday mornings practice.
The University of Louisville wrapped up their sixth practice of fall camp Thursday morning.
The Cardinals again were in full pads on the first two-a-day practices. They'll return to field this afternoon at 4 PM.
Here are the highlights from Thursday mornings practice.
Corner Rod Council, a redshirt freshman from Charlotte, NC, was outstanding again this morning. He broke up no less than three Brian Brohm passes during 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills. If this guy isn't the starter on day one I'll be shocked.
Brohm seemed less than sharp Thursday morning but did make several nice throws, including a 60 yards touchdown pass to Montrell Jones. Jones beat Bobby Buchanan on a post route.
Quarterback Hunter Cantwell threw a thirty yard rope between two defenders that connected with receiver Jason Horton during 7-on-7 passing drills.
Malik Jackson was outstanding during the morning session. He was everywhere on the field, and made two tackles during one defensive series. The first tackle was a bone-crushing hit along the sideline of Michael Bush that drew ooh's and ahh's. Jackson is one of the faster linebackers and hits hards at the point of contact.
True freshman defensive linemen Earl Heyman and Jonathan Holston saw action with the first unit during one defensive series. Heyman made a nice pursuit tackle during his action with the one's.
Wide Receiver Harry Douglas returned to practice for the first time since camp opened last Saturday.
Freshman WR Scott Long continues to improve and showed excellent hands and concentration when he caught a deflected pass in the end zone for a touchdown towards the end of the morning practice.
Though he's listed at 6-4, 267, Zach Anderson might have the quickest feet of any defensive lineman on the team. Anderson is currently getting reps at defensive end with the second team defense.
Travis Norton and Elijah Daniel had a spirited exchange during practice. For their spirit, both players were treated to several minutes worth of sit ups and up downs.