Player tracker

Louisville

City: Louisville, KY

Conference: None

 

Players being tracked:

NameRating Ht./Wt. High School PositionColleges Considering
Chris Tanzy B+ 6'0"/185 Marietta High School Safety Louisville and Mississippi
Courtney Dalcourt B 5'11"/195 Franklin Simpson Athlete Central Michigan, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, Stanford and Troy
Demond Dennis B- 5'9"/190 Carver-Atlanta High School Running back Alabama, Alabama-Birmingham, Auburn, East Carolina, Illinois, Louisville, Miami-Ohio and Western Kentucky
Dontae Aycock A- 5'10"/190 Chamberlain High School (FL) Athlete Duke, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Florida and West Virginia
Emmanuel Lartey B- 5'11"/170 Banneker High School Cornerback Arkansas, Louisville, Maryland, North Carolina State and West Virginia
Eric Gordon None 5'11"/185 Hillsboro High School (TN) Defensive back Alabama, Colorado, Louisville, Miami, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas Tech
Eugene Smith None 6'3"/180 Miramar High School (FL) Quarterback Boston College, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Louisville, Miami, Michigan, Oregon and South Florida
Joe Stewart B+ 6'1"/175 Dutchtown High School Athlete Louisville, Missouri and Stanford
Jonathan Davis A- 5'7"/105 Tucker High School Linebacker Alabama-Birmingham, Boston College, Central Florida, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Middle Tennessee State and South Carolina
Kevin Myles B- 5'8"/155 Carver-Atlanta High School Cornerback Akron, Alabama-Birmingham, East Carolina, Louisville, Western Carolina, Western Kentucky and Western Michigan
Marlon Anthony A- 6'5"/192 Kell High School Wide receiver Arkansas, Auburn, Indiana, Louisville, Marshall, Mississippi and South Carolina
Morgan Alexander B+ 6'0"/180 Cartersville High School Athlete Arkansas, Indiana, Louisville and South Carolina State
Nate Bonsu B 6'2"/260 Allen High School (TX) Defensive tackle Colorado, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kansas, Louisville, Texas Christian and Tulsa
Reginald Bryant B 6'0"/215 Cairo High School Running back Alabama-Birmingham, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Middle Tennessee State, Mississippi State, North Carolina State and South Florida
Rico Mack B 5'10"/170 North Cobb High School Wide receiver Duke, East Carolina, Kentucky, Louisville, Middle Tennessee State, South Carolina and Western Carolina
Robbie Godhigh B 5'7"/185 Harrison High School Running back Alabama, Furman, Georgia Tech, Louisville and North Carolina State
Rodriguez Price B- 5'9"/180 Creekside High School Cornerback Akron, Army, Georgia Tech, Louisville and North Carolina State
Stephen Roberts B+ 6'3"/210 Starr's Mill High School Linebacker Central Florida, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Indiana, Louisville, Mississippi and Mississippi State
Stephen Roberts Jr A- 6'3"/210 Starr's Mill High School Linebacker Central Florida, East Carolina, Georgia Southern, Indiana, Louisville, Mississippi and Mississippi State
Will Middleton A- 6'5"/230 Kell High School Tight end Auburn, Indiana, Louisville, Mississippi State and South Carolina

Updates


Cartersville’s Alexander to visit Louisville

9:26 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Cartersville’s Morgan Alexander has scheduled an official visit to <b>Louisville </b>on Nov. 22, when the Cardinals host West Virginia. Louisville is one of four schools that have extended scholarship offers to Alexander. The others are Arkansas, Indiana and South Carolina State. Coaches from North Carolina State met with Alexander at Cartersville last week and told him that they would be offering soon. Additionally, Tennessee and Clemson have begun recruiting Alexander, who has seven touchdowns in three games this season — five rushing, one receiving and one 91-yard kickoff return. “I haven’t started to narrow down my list yet, but I know I need to,” Alexander said. “I’ll probably start doing some research on the [internet] on each school, to see what they have to offer.” Alexander said he likely will take official visits to Arkansas and Indiana. He’ll take unofficial visits to the other schools, including Tennessee on Saturday, where he will watch the Vols host Florida. “I’ve been in that atmosphere before. I went to see them play Georgia last year,” Alexander said of the scene at Neyland Stadium. “It will be exciting for me. Like a fat kid in a candy store.”

ACC program offers Cartersville RB Alexander

10:47 p.m. Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Cartersville’s Morgan Alexander collected his fourth scholarship offer just over a week ago. “I picked up an offer from N.C. State a week ago Friday,” said Alexander, who is considered the 107th-best running back in the nation by Scout.com. “I already had offers from Louisville, Arkansas and Indiana.” The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Alexander, who runs the 40 in 4.46 seconds, said Louisville and N.C. State are recruiting him the hardest. “They’re both calling a lot,” he said. “And N.C. State said they plan on sending some coaches to see me play.” Alexander is also being evaluated by a pair of programs whose school colors is predominately orange. “I’m being recruited by Clemson and Tennessee,” he said. Cartersville, which is ranked No. 10 in Class AAA, hosts the No. 3 program in Class AA, Westminster, on Friday.

Tucker's Roberson out for the season with injury

11:52 p.m. Monday, September 15, 2008

Tucker's Roberson out for the season with injury Tucker defensive end Deion Roberson, a member of the AJC’s The Georgia 150 list, will miss the rest of the season with a dislocated ankle, his coach said. Roberson suffered the left ankle injury in Tucker’s season-opening 26-12 victory at Brunswick on Aug. 29, when a teammate was blocked into his leg during the game’s second play. Tucker coach Franklin Stephens said Monday that Roberson is expected to make a full recovery. “Anytime a player of that size [6-3, 258] and caliber is lost it affects the team tremendously,” Stephens said. “The loss of Deion is a big blow for a team that could not afford any injuries.” Tucker is 3-0 and ranked No. 1 in Class AAAA. Roberson has been offered by Memphis, West Virginia, N.C. State, Louisville, East Carolina, Michigan State, Maryland, Iowa State, Georgia Southern and South Alabama, and has said that he’s not concerned his injury will scare schools away.

Tech offer excites Tucker's Jonathan Davis

12:03 a.m. Monday, September 15, 2008

Tech offer excites Tucker's Jonathan Davis The scholarship offer from Georgia Tech kind of caught Tucker’s Jonathan Davis off guard. “It means a lot to mean that they offered,” Davis said. “I was really surprised. … They’ve been talking to me for a while, but I thought they were going to wait.” Davis, who also is considering South Carolina, UAB, Central Florida and Louisville, said he’s tempted to lean toward committing to Tech, but says his parents (Ty and Inger Davis) want him to hold off. “They want me to go on more visits,” Davis said. Davis said Tech is interested in him on either side of the line. Though recruited mostly as a linebacker, Davis is Tucker’s leading rusher. “I just want to play football. It doesn’t matter where,” he said. Davis has been clocked at 4.32 seconds in the 40-yard dash.

Alexander's Mitchell likes Kentucky's attention

4:54 p.m. Thursday, September 11, 2008

Usually, only the so-called “five star” recruits have the perk of being recruited by head coaches. But even though he is not in the five-star category, Alexander offensive tackle Kevin Mitchell still gets the royal treatment from Kentucky. From the beginning, Mitchell, who has committed to the Wildcats, has been recruited by Kentucky offensive coordinator Joker Phillips. Phillips has been named by Kentucky athletic officials as the “head coach in waiting,” and will take over when current head coach Rich Brooks steps down. That could happen during Mitchell’s four-year stay at the school. Mitchell said it was a big reason he committed to Kentucky, after being courted by Louisville, Indiana, Oregon and several other schools. He’ll take unofficial visits to Kentucky in the next few weeks to watch the Wildcats take on South Carolina and Arkansas. He’ll wait until after the season to take an official visit to Lexington. “It definitely made an impression on me. Not many [recruits] get to talk to the head coach, or the future head coach, on a regular basis,” Mitchell said. “It helps you establish great trust right away.”

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