Three-star WR excited about Louisville offer

Cleveland, OH WR Bryan Underwood is excited about his recent offer from the University of Louisville. caught up with the newly rated 3-Star wideout and got the 411 on his recruitment. Where do the Cards stand?

The University of Louisville has become known for its receiving corps over the years. And the staple of this group has been undersized playmakers. Names like Montano, Jackson, Branch, as well as current Cards Trent Guy and JuJuan Spillman have made big names as small receivers.

Next in line could be Cleveland Heights (OH) WR Bryan Underwood. Standing just 5 foot 9 inches, this diminutive dynamo makes for must see TV on the football field. If you have not watched his video check it out in his profile.

Bryan just recently received a formal offer from UofL and is excited about the offer.

"It was good (the offer) and it is exciting to receive the offer knowing that they have a lot of good quarterbacks that come through there," said Bryan, who just recently developed an interest in Louisville. "I just started watching them (Louisville) this past year and I was really impressed with their offense."

When asked what skills he brings to the table Bryan quickly responded, "My route running and reading defenses." And there is no mistaking what side of the ball he will be playing at the next level "All the coaches that have offered me are recruiting me to play slot receiver."

Louisville assistant Eric Lewis is Bryan's primary recruiter. On the recruiting front Bryan says he is wide open and the summer opens with a host of schools hunting for his signature. Tulsa, Texas Tech, Colorado, Cincinnati, North Carolina, NC State, Louisville, Iowa, Nebraska, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kansas make up his current list. "I will narrow down my list of schools after the (coming) season," Underwood mentioned.

Bryan is still firming up his plans for the summer. "I want to visit some schools this summer, but I am not sure who that is right now," Underwood said. But to be sure there will be several schools interested in those plans once they become final.

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