4-Star LB headlines spring game visitors

The Louisville Cardinals hosted several prospects Friday night for their annual spring game, including four-star linebacker Jordan Whiting from Trinity. What other prospects checked out the Cardinals? InsideTheVille.com has the scoop on more than 15 prospects in attendance.

The Louisville Cardinals hosted several prospects Friday night for their annual spring game, including four-star linebacker Jordan Whiting from Trinity. What other prospects checked out the Cardinals? InsideTheVille.com has the scoop on more than 15 prospects in attendance.

Obviously, the biggest visiting prospect for the Cardinals Friday night at PJCS was 6-0, 220-pound Jordan Whiting, Scout.com's No. 3 rated linebacker prospect. Though Whiting has verbally committed to Ohio State the talented Trinity prospect has made multiple unofficial visits to his hometown school in recent months. A pair of Indiana standouts, lineman Eric Burke (6-3, 185) from Heritage Christian and linebacker Geoff Sissom (6-2, 225) from Greenwood Center Grove were also in attendance. Sissom, who teams with Louisville QB recruit Jordan Luallen, is also receiving interest from Air Force, Arizona, Illinois and Colorado.

Danville (KY) Boyle County star Jordan Aumiller attended the UofL spring game. The 6-4, 200-pound Aumiller recently visited Notre Dame's junior day and is receiving interest from Kentucky, Western Kentucky and Tennessee. Aumiller played tight end, linebacker, safety and quarterback as a junior.

Neico Teipel, a 6-2, 205-pound linebacker from Beechwood (KY) HS, made an appearance, as was Ahmon McCollum, a 5-11, 160 defensive back from Louisville Male HS.

A pair of prospects from Lexington (KY) Paul Dunbar attended - Steven Willis, a 5-11, 220 FB/LB and Christopher Douglas, 6-0, 175 WR/CB.

At least three prospects from Radcliff (KY) John Hardin attended, highlighted by 6-6, 290-pound offensive lineman Van Ingram. Ingram is getting a strong look from the Cardinals and is receiving interest from Cincinnati, Kentucky and Vanderbilt. Ingram was joined by teammates Chris White, 6-4 athlete who also plays basketball and Elias Camper, a 5-8, 170-pound running back with 4.5 speed (Camper returned a kick-off 96-yards as a junior).

North Bullitt (KY) standout running back Dalton Cissell (5-10, 190) made an appearance. Cissell has rushed for 5,038 yards in three seasons at North Bullitt HS.

While we weren't able to identify high schools for these prospects, Darron Hall, Harry Foster, Mike Wood and Van Isaac also were in attendance. If you have information on any of these prospects, please email mikehughes1986@yahoo.com.


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