"I know he's talked to the Louisville coaches, but he's going to sleep on it before he makes his decision," said Maury Embry, Larry's guardian. "He'll probably announce his decision (Monday). We'll call the coaches tomorrow and finalize things that way."
Having visited both of his favorites the past two weeks, Larry, a 6'0, 210-pound defensive back/running back, has now had an opportunity to compare his two finalists. Which way is he leaning?
"I don't know right now," said Embry. "I'm going to let him finish that up because we've talked about several things and we're in the midst of the decision-making process. I'd rather just sit down with him and see where he is then when he makes his final decision it will be out there. We'll sit down tonight and when he's final and he's not bouncing anything else off the wall we'll put his decision out."
While Louisville jumped into Larry's recruitment late in the process, Roswell coach Tim McFarlin told InsideTheVille.com last week that he believed Louisville was the team to beat for his standout prospect.
"I think Louisville's in great shape. If I had to bet that's where I'd put my money," McFarlin said.