Troy Pascley loves latest trip to the 'Ville 3-star receiver Troy Pascley of Alliance (OH) High School, who committed to Louisville in late July, told that he enjoyed his latest trip and is anxious to join his future team

Alliance (OH) High School receiver Troy Pascley became the third member of the 2006 Louisville football recruiting class when he verbally pledged to the Cardinals coaching staff during an unofficial visit in late July. This past weekend the 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver made the six hour trip south to watch his future team in action against Syracuse.

"It was a great visit," he said. "I loved it there."

Pascley posted a solid year at Alliance, hauling in 35 receptions for 892 yards and 12 touchdowns, earning First Team All-Ohio Division II honors. The All-State selection also saw time on defense playing both safety and corner.

"I started out the season at safety because most of the teams we played at the start were running teams, but once we started district play I moved to corner," he explained.

Watching the Cardinals defeat Syracuse on Saturday had the future wideout itching to join his new team.

"I was tellling Coach Petrino that I couldn't stand still because I wanted to be out there so bad," he explained. "It's one of the best offenses in the country and a lot of people don't realize how balanced it is."

While he continues to receive interest from programs such as Cincinnati and Michigan State, he told U of L assistant coach Greg Nord that he wasn't interested in looking around for additional options.

"I still get some, but I told Coach Nord while I was there that I'm not changing my mind," he said.

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