"It went really well," he explained. "I was able to see the campus, the weight room, the new indoor facility and spoke with the coaches. My interest in Louisville has increased dramatically since my visit."
L.T., who was hosted by U of L receiver Harry Douglas during his trip, said that part of his discussions with the Cardinals coaching staff concerned possible early playing time and how he would fit in Bobby Petrino's offense. However, it was his time watching the 16th-ranked Cardinals prepare for their upcoming Gator Bowl contest against Virginia Tech that left a strong impression.
"It was nice to get see them practice," he said. "They practice with a lot of intensity. Their offense is stunning to watch. They could definitely win that game."
"No one really stands out over the others right now," said Thomas, who will receive a visit from U of L assistant Tony Levine at his school on Wednesday. "I plan on taking all my visits before making a decision."