Louisville set for huge recruiting weekend

Louisville is sitting on 15 verbal commitments for the class of 2010 and is set to host as many as 14 of the top seniors from Florida, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia. InsideTheVille.com has the scoop, including breaking news of two previously unreported visitors. (INSIDER CHAT THURSDAY NIGHT 9-10)

Two players that have recently announced their intentions to play for new head coach Charlie Strong are Corvin Lamb and Michaelee Harris both from Miami (FL) Miami Northwestern. Harris a wide receiver and Lamb a running back will be joined this weekend by teammates four star defensive tackle Todd Chandler (5'11, 310) and three star offensive linemen Torrian Wilson (6'4, 315).

Four star defensive end BJ Butler from Kissimmee (FL) Osceola high school stands 6'3 and 255 pounds and will be one to keep an eye on this weekend. Coach Strong and Butler have a very good relationship with each other and it will not shock me to see him announce for Louisville this weekend depending on how the visit goes.

Georgia WR Senorise Perry is a new name on the list.
Two offensive teammates from St. Joseph Regional high school in Montvale (NJ) will be in attendance this weekend as wide receiver Kai Dominquez (6'1, 185) and four star running back Kamal Hogan (5'11, 200) New running back coach Kenny Carter is high on Hogan and might be one to keep an eye on.

The state of Georgia is loaded for the class of 2010 and Stephenson high school in Stone Mountain (GA) is well represented with its share of great players. Two defensive players will be making their way to Louisville this weekend with defensive end Malcom Strong (6'3,240) and cornerback Chris Sharpe (5'10, 165).

One of the fastest players in the state of Georgia will make his first trip to Louisville this weekend when Chattooga high school speed merchant Senorise Perry makes his way in. Perry is 6'2 and 195-pounds from Summerville (GA).

The lone visitor from Kentucky will be 6'4 and 220-pound linebacker Tim Patterson from Central High School in Louisville (KY). 5'10 and 180-pound cornerback Reggie Wilkins is from Shelby (NC) Crest Senior high school and has offers from Louisville, Clemson, North Carolina, Colorado and is a verbal for North Carolina State at this time. The last defensive back in this weekend will be 6'2 and 190-pound Zach Dunston from Virginia Beach (VA) Green Run high school. The last player hails from Paramus Catholic (NJ) and is one of the biggest at 6'6 and 315-pounds, Danny Foose.

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