"Louisville's the number one choice right now," Jack Joyer said.
"He went to Florida last week for an unofficial visit. It went good," Joyer said. "He's going to Florida State soon and to Notre Dame for the USC game. Those are both unofficial visits."
Joyer rushed for 1,650 yards and 26 touchdowns his first two seasons. He transferred to Tampa Catholic for his junior season where he will also play baseball and compete in weightlifting and track and field.
"His main ones right now are Louisville, Notre Dame, Florida, Alabama and FSU," Joyer said. "He's a fullback, a running back and a linebacker. His team is 2-0 and ranked second or third in state. He had 15 carries for 85 yards the last game against Ocala Christian."
Joyer said his son will make a visit to Louisville for the Cardinals game against Southern Miss October 10. "That's his bye-week," Joyer said. "He likes that they use the fullback a lot because he'll probably just be a fullback at the next level. He ran a 4.67 laser forty at Nike in Orlando."
Depending on how things progress this fall, Louisville could pick up a big 2011 commitment after the season.
"We'd like to decide after the season," Joyer said. "Louisville is up top. The main thing is he wants to play with Kamran."
Joyer said the plan for his son is to redshirt this season unless he's absolutely needed on the offensive line. Steve Kragthorpe prasied Joyer during fall camp and the 6'3, 285 pound freshman seems to have a bright future for the Cardinals.
"He loves it up there," Joyer said. "He's having a good time. He's still learning the playbook because he got there late."