Will Demar Dorsey, a former four-star safety who was denied admission at Michigan, Dominique Brown, an uber-talented quarterback from Cincinnati who led his team to a state title, and Jordan Campbell, a former four-star linebacker prospect who announced earlier this summer that he planned to transfer from USC to Louisville, be on the field in Louisville practice attire when camp begins later this week?
The short answer: We still don't know for sure about the trio and likely won't until later this week. With that in mind, here are the latest status reports on Dorsey, Brown and Campbell, three players who could make immediate impacts for Louisville this season:
Though it's unclear exactly what issues the four-star safety must settle before joining Louisville's program, one source told InsideTheVille.com this weekend that Dorsey is "still trying to get qualified." Another source recently informed InsideTheVille.com that he thinks Dorsey "should" be a part of Louisville's football team this season.
Charlie Strong told InsideTheVille.com last week that the talented quarterback from Cincinnati still wasn't on campus and was "waiting on a test score." According to one source, Brown needs to pass the Ohio Graduation Test, an exit examination that all Ohio students must pass in order to graduate from high school. It's presumed that Brown would be able to join the team once he passes that test with a satisfactory score.
The former four-star recruit and USC linebacker told InsideTheVille.com after visiting Louisville in June that he planned to enroll at UofL for the academic session that began in early July. Campbell didn't enroll at Louisville last month and still isn't on campus. According to two sources, USC is "blocking" Campbell's transfer to Louisville and there still remain "some issues" that must be cleared up with the Trojans before he joins the UofL football program. Those sources didn't know a time frame that the "issues" might be resolved.
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