"He's got other options but I think Louisville is still his first choice," Caylor said. "With Coach English going to (Eastern) Michigan that is always another option. He's got an offer there if he wants it. But I still think he's leaning to Louisville."
Louisville assistant Brent Myers was in California last Monday to meet with Teague, a two-star cornerback who considered Idaho before giving the Cardinals a verbal commitment.
"I think he wants to play big-time, BCS football," Caylor said.
Teague rushed for more than 1,000 yards as senior, but is expected to be a defensive back in college. The 5-11, 180-pound standout was a first team all-league selection on offense and defense last season.