"I'm excited to go there and check out the whole environment of Louisville," Hundertmark said. "It's their homecoming game and I thought it was a good opportunity."
Hundertmark keeps in contact with Louisville assistant Larry Slade and says he's highly interested in playing for UofL. "We talk a lot," Hundertmark said. "They've just been constantly talking to me. Definitely every week and sometimes I call them more than once a week."
This season, Hundertmark has kept a close eye on the Cardinals, who have started the season with a 1-3 mark.
"[Slade] said that stupid mistakes killed them, especially in the Pittsburgh game," Hundertmark said. "I've been watching the games."
Besides Louisville, Hundertmark is getting strong interest from several Big East programs.
"I have no other offers but I'm talking to a lot of coaches," said Hundermark. "There is a lot of interest [from] South Florida, Syracuse and Purdue. I can see myself playing in the league [Big East]. It's competitive and a nice league to play in."
With a lone offer from the Cardinals, Hundertmark isn't ruling out a commitment to Louisville on his visit. Hundertmark made an unofficial visit to UofL last summer and already has a good idea about the campus.
"It's a possibility," Hundermark said about a commitment. "My intention was to wait until after the season but it could happen. I visited Louisville before and my mom and dad came with me and we didn't find any negatives. If I commit to Louisville it's not going to be because they're my only offer."
This season, Hundertmark's team is off to a 2-2 start. He got injured in his team's first game but is now fully healthy.
"We've lost two close games," Hundermark said. "I got pretty banged up in the first two games but I've been perfectly fine the last two games. I'm doing good."