While it appears the 6'0, 210-pound Larry is leaning toward choosing Louisville over Georgia Southern, the Cardinals are going to have to wait a little bit longer for Larry's decision.
"He's struggling with the decision because he's got a lot of buddies that go to Georgia Southern," explained Larry's guardian, Maury Embry.
"I've talked to him about (announcing) tomorrow, but I had set a date for Monday and here we are at Friday and we still don't have anything," Embry said laughing. "He's just got to sit down and determine what he wants to do."
Louisville assistants Greg Nord and Ted Roof made an in-home visit with Larry Thursday night, presumably in an attempt to lock up a commitment soon from the late blooming athlete.
Embry said the Louisville coaches talked about giving Larry an opportunity on the offensive side of the ball as a running back. Earlier in the recruiting process, the Cardinals had been recruiting Larry primarily as a safety. Georgia Southern is recruiting Larry for offense.
"We just got hit with that yesterday so that's going to heavily factor into what he does," Embry said.