List of visitors for huge football recruiting weekend

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National Signing Day for college football is Wednesday, February 3, meaning that this is the final weekend of official visits for recruits before they sign the dotted line and choose where they will be attending school. In other words, this is a HUGE weekend for programs across the country, and Louisville is no exception. The Cards will be hosting commits, as well as recruits that have yet to make their verbal pledge anywhere. The weekend is highlighted by Jawon Pass and Desmond Fitzpatrick being on campus.

Here is a quick rundown of who will be in town this weekend. *Subject to change, as is everything with recruiting*

Commits

Jawon Pass – 4* QB from Columbus, Georgia. 6’4   209 lbs.

Michael Boykin – 3* DE from Carrollton, Georgia. 6’6   255 lbs. Thought to be a solid commit, but will decide between Louisville, Georgia, and Auburn on signing day.

Keion Wakefield – 3* WR from Louisville, Kentucky (Male). 5’9   170 lbs.

Tabarius Peterson – 3* DE from Tucker, Georgia. 6’3   238 lbs.

James DeMatto – 3* DT from Marietta, Georgia. 6’4   285 lbs.

P.J. Blue – 3* LB from Montgomery, Alabama. 6’2   210 lbs.

Lamarques Thomas – 3* S from Clinton, Mississippi. 6’0   179 lbs.

Recruits

Desmond Fitzpatrick – 4* WR from Waterford, Michigan. 6’2   189 lbs. Former Louisville commit, now down to four schools: Louisville, Nebraska, Arizona, and Indiana.

Shane Richards – 3* OT from Roswell, New Mexico. 6’6   325 lbs. Final three are Louisville, Oklahoma State, and Buffalo.

Chris Tooley – 2* CB from Orlando, Florida. 6’0   185 lbs. Final three are Louisville, UMass, and Florida Atlantic. Cards appear to be favorite.

Brian Lankford-Johnson – ATH from Melbourne, Florida. 6’1   190 lbs. Louisville is favorite.

Emmett Rice – 3* LB from Miami, Florida. 6’3   195 lbs. Current Florida State commit. Can the Cards flip the Seminole commit at the last minute?

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