Louisville offers top 2016 Dual-Threat QB Jawon Pass, Khane’s brother

Photo: ajc.com
Photo: ajc.com

It has been a great day in the world of recruiting for Louisville football. The Cards picked up commitments from Khane Pass and Traveon Samuel, who were on campus visiting. Joining them on their visit was one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the class of 2016, Jawon Pass. That’s right, he is the younger brother of Khane. The 6’5 quarterback got offered a scholarship while on campus.



So you have to think that with Khane’s commitment to UofL, that helps the chances of Bobby Petrino and the Cards with Jawon. Check out some of these offers: Alabama, Auburn, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Florida, LSU, Clemson, Miami, Texas A&M, Nebraska, and more.

On his profile page on 247 Sports, you get a little glimpse of who may be at the top of that impressive list. It shows Louisville, Ohio State, and Notre Dame as “warm”, and lists all of the other schools as “cool.”

As a sophomore in 2013, Pass threw for 2,197 yards and 23 touchdowns while rushing for 404 yards and 11 touchdowns. He only threw 2 interceptions all season. We will definitely keep you posted as things develop with this recruitment.

Here are his highlights. Enjoy!

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