FlyVille21 has been rated as one of the highest ranked recruiting classes on paper. With these kind of numbers, I’m sure we are all hoping that they will translate explosively onto the field. As the Louisville football program continues to grow and develop, these recruitment numbers will continue to add depth to our team. Each week, I will give you updates on how our future Cardinals are doing in their senior seasons. Below is the weekly update for September 28.
*All Pics Courtesy of 247Sports.com
Aaron and his Union Area Team are 1-1 after picking up their first win against Northgate (Pittsburgh) 34-14 on Friday night.
Victoine and his Grayson Rams picked up their 4th win of season. He currently has 6 total tackles on the season and 2 Sacks. Victoine also has 5 QB Hurries and 1 pass deflected.
Bralyn’s season has moved to Spring
Vic Mullen & Illinois High Schools will begin the season in the spring.
Illinois will begin the high school season in the spring. He will skip to enroll early at Louisville.
North Carolina’s high schools have moved their seasons to Spring.
South Florida Schools start season October 30th. He will also be enrolling early in January.
South Florida Schools start season October 16th.
South Florida Schools start season October 30th.
Washington has moved season to spring.
He is skipping his Senior Season to enroll early at Louisville
Kani and Douglas County Tigers were off this week after defeating Dutchtown last week 15-0. Kani on the season has 9 tackles and 6 of them are solo tackles. He also has 1 interception.
South Florida Schools start season October 30th. He will be enrolling early regardless.
TJ and his Lowndes Viking teammates improved to 4-0 after defeating Lee County 38-13. TJ is having a great start to his senior year. He has already had 12 solo tackles through 4 games along with 2 pass deflections and 1 interception.
North Carolina has moved season to Spring. He will be skipping his senior year to enroll early at Louisville.
Ahmari & Dillon Wildcats start the season Friday against Loris Lions.
Jaylin and his Valdosta Wildcats were off this weekend after taking their first loss 24-10. Jaylin is leading the Wildcats with 37 tackles on the season with 19 solo tackles. He is also leading his team with 3 sacks on the season.
California season will start in the Spring.
Jackson and his Blessed Trinity Titans defeated Kell 54-32 to start the season 2-0. Jackson had a great game against Kell. He had 5 tackles with 4 of them being solo tackles and he also forced 2 fumbles.
Season starts October 2nd
TJ was on a bye week this week.