Male head coach Bob Redman's stock of talent pours into the junior class as well, with linebacker Dexter Heyman already drawing interest from colleges nationwide.
"My school's of interest are basically Louisville, Michigan, Tennessee and Florida," said the 6-foot-4, 225-pound Heyman. "I do get letters from everybody around the country, but those are really the one's that matter the most to me."
"Those are the one's that I like at this point," he continued. "Anything could happen. Especially since I have my senior year to look forward to. I just have to keep my options open right now."
Heyman, a member of Scout.com's Top 100 Juniors to Watch list, is currently in the process of sending video to college coaches and hopes to attend the U.S. Army All-American combine in January.
"I don't have any (scholarships) yet, but I'm sending out my video to most of the coaches now to see what they think," said Heyman.
The younger brother of Cardinal sophomore defensive lineman Earl Heyman, Dexter isn't sure what role his brother may have on the direction of his football future.
"I don't know if it will play a big role in where I go or not," said Heyman, who has attended each of the Cardinals home games this season. "I think it's more like seeing what it would be like at Louisville. Because of Earl it kind of gives me a heads up on what it would be like if I went to Louisville."
An upcoming issue of Inside The Ville Magazine will include an in depth look at Heyman and other top juniors that have already drawn the attention of the University of Louisville coaching staff.