Beedle wants increased attention from UofL

It's one of the big storylines of junior day. Football prospects visit college campuses each spring in hopes that the school will recruit them in the fall. Hunter Beedle, a 6-3, 270-pound offensive lineman from Kingsport, Tennessee, is one of those prospects. Beedle spoke about his Junior Day experience at Louisville.

It's one of the big storylines of junior day. Football prospects visit college campus each spring in hopes that the school will recruit them in the fall. Hunter Beedle, a 6-3, 270-pound offensive lineman from Kingsport, Tennessee, is one of those prospects.

"It was great. I really like it," Beedle said. "They had great facilities and everything. I didn't really get to spend much time with the coaches because they had so many people there."

Currently Beedle has no scholarship offers, though he's drawing interest from SEC, Big East and ACC-level programs. This summer, Beedle plans to hit the camp circuit in hopes of landing a scholarship offer.

"I'm going to one of Louisville's one day senior camps this summer so they can evaluate me," Beedle said. "I really liked it up there. Coach Kragthorpe has got it going good up there. I really liked Coach (Brent) Myers, the offensive line coach, too."

Beedle has an invitation to attend Georgia Tech's junior day this weekend but he won't be able to attend as he'll take the ACT the same day. Earlier this spring, Beedle also attended junior days at Virginia, Auburn, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

"Each school has something different to offer but it seemed that Louisville was well-rounded. They had good academics and top-notch facilities and coaches," said Beedle. "I hope they try to recruit me."


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