"Bill Miller from Louisville was out there watching me and my brother," Geffard said of his team's spring game last week. "I'm really excited about Louisville because right now they run basically a more complex defense than I'm running right now and (Coach Miller) said he definitely sees me playing at Louisville next year."
"Louisville is a great school," added Geffard, who recorded eight tackles in the spring game. "I definitely set Louisville out."
Besides Louisville, Geffard also holds scholarship offers from Iowa State and Florida Atlantic. "UConn, UCF and Wisconsin really want to offer us (his brother) but they are good academic schools and they want us to get our grades up a little bit more," Geffard said.
Geffard's brother, Jacob, is a talented 6-4, 195-pound linebacker.
"Right now my brother is a little bit behind me academically but every school that wants to offer me basically has an offer for him," said Geffard. "He's getting looked at by every big school."
While Geffard has the size and frame necessary to bulk up and become a linebacker in college, he believes that safety is his more natural position.
"Right now I'm really grasping the safety spot and I'm doing real well and I think with my size I'll be a good safety in college," said Geffard. "I think I can come in and maybe make an impact at the safety spot. I think safety is where I'll be at the next level."
Louisville is also recruiting one of Geffard's teammates, David Gilbert. Gilbert, a 6-4, 220-pound defensive end also received an offer from the Cardinals last week. Geffard said he, his brother and Gilbert, a close friend, are talking about attending the same the school next year.
"My brother, David and me are definitely thinking about going to college together," Geffard said.