"It was a good camp and I did real good," Jordan Dangerfield said. "I also got to tour around campus after camp. They just said they're going to talk it over as a group whether or not they're going to be offering me. They liked the way I played and what I did at the camp. I was really focused during camp. I really enjoyed this camp."
Dangerfield could hear later this week whether or not Louisville intends to make an offer.
"Coach Miller said they would call me on Tuesday or sometime in the middle of the week," said Dangerfield. "I would love to come back for an official visit and we'll talk about that the next time we talk."
Dangerfield, who has one offer from FIU, has also attended Auburn's senior camp this summer. The Royal Palm Beach, Florida native was impressed with the talent-level the Cardinals had in camp on Sunday.
"There were about 40 DB's at (Louisville's) camp," Dangerfield said. "Auburn had a lot more people at their camp but Louisville was more organized than Auburn's camp. There were some good athletes out there and I held my ground. I did what I had to do. I was real physical and everything like that and really coachable."
Dangerfield also enjoyed working with Louisville assistant Eric Lewis, who coaches cornerbacks for the Cardinals.
"That was the main thing I like about the camp was that they showed me a lot of good attention," Dangerfield said. "I worked a lot with Eric Lewis. He taught me about playing off. He liked the way I back peddled and played. He said they're going to talk it over as a staff and try to get me an offer."
An offer would definitely make Louisville a strong player in Dangerfield's recruitment.
"I loved the campus. It's very nice," Dangerfield said. "I like the fan-base and everything like that. And (Louisville) has my major and the best part about it is the academics."