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3-star RB talks Louisville visit: “It was great!”

Photo: 247 Sports

Photo: 247 Sports

Bobby Petrino and his staff have been on a roll with landing commits lately. With so many camps being held over the summer, you never know when another one will happen. On Thursday, the Cards hosted 3-star running back Reggie Gallaspy for an unofficial visit. Gallaspy is from Greensboro, North Carolina and is rated as the 38th best running back in the country by 247 Sports.

When asked how his trip to Louisville went, Gallaspy told CSZ “It was great!” He told us back on June 7¬†that he didn’t have a list of favorites and that he wanted to take all of his visits before narrowing things down. He has been very busy lately, visiting 6 schools since June 12 (Louisville, Vanderbilt,¬†Illinois, Michigan State, West Virginia, and NC State).

So did this “great” trip to Louisville put them on a list or help him get any kind of order? “I still have more visits to do, but they have moved up my list,” Gallaspy said of the Cards. He still has trips planned to Arkansas, Boston College, and Syracuse. None of his recent visits have eliminated any schools from contention. “They were all great schools, especially Louisville,” he said. “I love the facilities and the environment. The dorms were really nice too.”

When asked about the coaches, he said that “they were really cool and seemed like they really want me.” So could the running back see himself playing in an offense under Bobby Petrino? “Yes, most definitely. He has history to back it up!”

Gallaspy hopes to narrow his list down to 5 schools in August. He hasn’t set any of his 5 official visits yet, but he did say “I could possibly come back to Louisville on an official visit.”

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About Justin Renck

I am 28 years old, born and raised in Louisville. Graduated from UofL in 2008. Go Cards! Follow me on twitter @JustinRenck

Posted on June 20, 2014, in Football, Louisville Athletics and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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