"I was pretty sure that he would end up at Louisville but after Tony Alford bailed I know he's not going to Louisville," Haines said. "I had a visit with (Antoin) this morning and I can tell you that."
Western Michigan and Ohio appear the current frontrunners. Scriven is also considering taking some more visits to Western Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, Boston College or Arizona State before signing day.
"He's talking about maybe taking another couple of visits because he was going to call it an end today," Haines said. "It's Western (Michigan) and Ohio right now. I don't know if he's going to visit anybody else. He's going to think about it."
Though Haines believes Scriven has eliminated Louisville from consideration, Cardinals coach Steve Kragthorpe will visit the promising running back today in Florida. Scriven will also meet with coaches from Ohio and Western Michigan this week.
"Kragthorpe is coming today, (Frank) Solich is coming tomorrow and Western Michigan is coming in on Thursday," Haines said. "I talked to the running back coach at Louisville (Alford) Friday and I said something about going somewhere (Notre Dame) and he said ‘no, I'm staying here.' Well, guess not."