The University of Louisville football program has gained significant momentum in the recruiting realm in the month of November, and that phenomenon continues to trend upward. On Thursday, the Cardinals received a commitment from Saint Petersburg, FL safety D’Angelo Hutchinson, who recently de-committed from Iowa State on Tuesday. The pledge marks the third for Louisville this month. Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know about the Cardinals’ ninth commitment of the 2022 cycle.
Blessings on top of blessings 💯@CoachGasparato @UofLFootball pic.twitter.com/lrvgaJp5na
— D’angelo Hutchinson (@DangeloHU5) November 18, 2021
Measurables: 6-foot-2, 185 lbs
High School: Northeast (Saint Petersburg, Fl.)
Ranking: Three-star; 1146th-nationally, 87th at position (247Sports)
Offers: Iowa State, Central Florida, Georgia State, South Dakota, Southern Miss, Western Kentucky
Jeremy Wahman: “Kid is super athletic. Played WR, QB, & FS in high school. He can smother you on defense and jump over you on offense. The 6’3 stud from St Pete is gonna be a problem and is continuing an upward tick for the Louisville 2022 recruiting class.”
Dalton Pence: “Two-sport athlete (football and basketball) with extreme versatility. Notable speed and quickness for his 6-foot-3 frame; athleticism and ability to high-point the football could see him either as a receiver or defensive back at the next level. Solid pursuit for a safety; hits hard and displays good technique in tackling.
D’Angelo Hutchinson scores the winning touchdown with 22.5 seconds left to keep Northeast undefeated and hand Pinellas Park its first loss.https://t.co/dUatzdJPJx
— Sports by Tampa Bay Times (@TBTimes_Sports) October 2, 2021