Louisville is expecting to welcome a nice group of official visitors this weekend as it tries to wrap up its 2013 recruiting class. This is the biggest recruiting weekend of the year for the Cardinals, as the team tries to capitalize off its Sugar Bowl win over Florida.
In addition to several committed prospects, Louisville will be hosting three uncommitted players and four players pledged to other schools. Of that group, Lamar Robbins is the biggest name on campus this weekend. Robbins is a four-star athlete from Miami (Fla.) Southridge High School. He also has interest in Oklahoma, West Virginia, Purdue and Arkansas.
Joining Robbins will be uncommitted players Keith Kelsey, a four-star linebacker from Gainesville (Fla.) High School, and Jermaine Grace, a three-star linebacker from Hollywood, Fla., Miramar High School.
The visiting players committed to other schools are Chucky Williams, a three-star athlete from Miami, Fla., Champagnat Catholic School currently committed to Ole Miss, Ro'Derrick Hoskins, a three-star linebacker from Orlando, Fla., Evans High School committed to Florida State, Cameron Fraser, a three-star offensive tackle from Phenix City, Ala., Central High School committed to South Florida, and Sean Avant, a three-star wide receiver from Miramar High committed to Florida International.
Of the players visiting that are pledged to Louisville, Kyle Bolin, a four-star pro-style quarterback from Lexington (Ky.) Catholic School, is the biggest. The Cardinals will also see De'Asian Richardson, a three-star defensive end from Jacksonville, Fla., First Coast High School, Derrick Calloway, a three-star linebacker from Bradenton, Fla., Manatee High School, Terrence Ross, a three-star safety from Apopka, Fla., Wekiva High School, Keith Towbridge, a three-star tight end from Toledo, Ohio, Central Catholic School, and Skyler Lacy, a three-star offensive tackle from Greenwood, Ind., Center Grove High School.