Sharpe was eager to talk to Louisville defensive coordinator Ron English and the UofL coaching staff about a scholarship offer.
"They didn't talk much about an offer but they were talking like they wanted me to come there," Sharpe said. "They really didn't tell me about an offer or committing. They asked me who I thought I was going to commit to and if I liked their school and if I would commit there."
How did he answer that question? "I said I have some more visits I want to go on before I make my decision," Sharpe said.
Sharpe only has one other visit scheduled to Louisville's conference rival – Connecticut. "On December 6 I'm going to Connecticut," said Sharpe. "It's probably going to come down to those two schools (Louisville and Connecticut) unless I get some more visits. I like Connecticut's football program but I haven't seen their campus or anything yet."
What's going to be the most important factor in Sharpe's college decision?
"Education," Sharpe said.