Daniel Gresham talks Louisville pledge, recruiting process

The Kentucky native is headed back to the bluegrass state for college.

LEANDER, Texas -- The recruiting process hasn't always been an easy one for Fort Worth (Texas) All Saints running back/fullback Denial Gresham. He was committed to play for Texas for more than six months and supposed to join teammate and close friend Demetrius Knox in Austin.

That package deal fell apart, and Knox and Gresham decommited. Gresham was suddenly on the market for the first time as a highly-coveted prospect -- he had committed to the Longhorns after they became his first offer. Then Gresham decided that he wanted to head home after all and pledged to the Cardinals in late June, less than three weeks after he declared Miami his leader.

SB Nation Recruiting caught up with Gresham at the Texas 7on7 State Championship to talk about how Louisville emerged as his top choice and what he's learned from the recruiting process, as well as a couple of official visits he has planned with Knox.

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