"It went okay they didn't offer me though," Knowles said.
Though he was disappointed Louisville didn't offer, Knowles still enjoyed his experience during camp.
"I liked the atmosphere," Knowles said. "It was the hardest camp I've been to so far. They worked me the hardest. They had me do two three hour sessions. So that was difficult."
Knowles worked out with line coach Dave Borbely and felt he performed well in the offensive linemen -defensive linemen drills.
"I liked working with [Borbely]," Knowles said. "He gave me a lot of one on one attention. They kept saying that I was excelling because I ran like a 5.2 forty and jumped 27 inches. And I ran a 4.5 agility. Borbely didn't talk much about it [offer], but Coach Bedford was saying that things could change in a week."
Knowles, who plans to attend Houston's camp next month, hopes Louisville will decide to offer him a scholarship this summer.
"They didn't really talk much about it. I kept trying to bring it up and they said 'let's wait another week until all the other campers come'," said Knowles. "I wish I had just gotten the offer then and there instead of having to wait. I hope they do."