Ronnie St. Fleur plans visits

Ronnie St. Fleur, an athletic linebacker from Florida, is planning his official visits. Louisville is in the mix for the talented defender, but the Cardinals appear in catch up mode with a trio of Big Ten programs for St. Fleur's services. Who will get visits from St. Fleur?

Ronnie St. Fleur is having a strong senior season at Hollywood Hills High and the South Florida standout linebacker talked about the latest.

"We lost last Friday to Boyd Anderson to put us at 4-1," St. Fleur said. "It was a rough game. We missed 48 tackles and just weren't focused. We now have five district games in a row so everything's still ahead of us. BA had a huge line. I'd say (their best one) was Kevin Bryant. He's huge and every time I blitzed, he picked it up. He's pretty good."

St. Fleur, 6-foot-2 and 230 pounds, has 51 tackles and one sack in five games so far this season. On the recruiting front, he knows four visits.

"I have them locked up and now we just need to set the actual dates," he said. "I'll be going to Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, and Louisville. I'd say Michigan's is ahead of the rest and then Minnesota. Michigan hasn't offered me yet but they're coming to the St. Thomas game."

The standout linebacker said coaches from Minnesota and Louisville have already been to one of his games and a coach from Iowa will be at the St. Thomas game as well.

"The most important thing will be education," he said. "That and the overall environment of the team."

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