Stockbridge High School star Randy Salmon has verbally committed to play college football at Louisville.
The one-star defensive tackle gave the Cardinals his pledge while on an official visit over the weekend.
"The guys were real nice," Salmon told InsideTheVille.com. "The football players were real nice and we went out. Rodney Gnat was my host. We went to the basketball game and the fan support was huge. We walked in and the place was packed. I had fun."
The 6-foot-3 standout boasted offers from such programs as NC State, Western Kentucky and South Carolina.
Stockbridge's Salmon is Cardinal-Bound
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