Louisville lands two new commitments

Louisville picked up two commitments Saturday. PRP defensive lineman Brandon Dunn switched his commitment from Kentucky to Louisville and Indianapolis WR Anthony McClung chose the Cardinals over Cincinnati and others.

Louisville landed two commitments Saturday - PRP defensive lineman Brandon Dunn and Indianapolis Pike wide receiver Anthony McClung.

Dunn and McClung are both making official visits to Louisville this weekend. Dunn, a 6-3, 270-pound lineman, switched his commitment from Kentucky to UofL.

Brandon Dunn chose Louisville over Kentucky.
"It's just a different atmosphere at Louisville and I liked it there more," Dunn said. "It's where I really want to play. I like the players that Charlie Strong is bringing in. The players are showing me a good time and it feels like a family atmosphere here at Louisville. Everybody is treated like family."

McClung, a speedy wide receiver, chose Louisville over Cincinnati and West Virginia. A two-star prospect, McClung had an official visit scheduled with the Bearcats and was thinking about making an official visit to West Virginia.

McClung, an elusive target with 4.4 speed, had over 1,000 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns the past two seasons. As a senior, McClung recorded 25 receptions for 649 yards and seven touchdowns.

"I felt like it was the right time and the right place for me to be," McClung said. "I feel like Louisville is an up and coming program and I want to be a part of what Coach Strong is doing here. He was happy that I committed and is looking forward to next season."

Stay tuned to InsideTheVille.com for more on Louisville's new commits.

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