Louisville football's 2019 recruiting class is off to a slow start

The Courier-Journal
Louisville football's 2019 recruiting class is off to a slow start
Louisville football's 2019 recruiting class is off to a slow start

Louisville head football coach Bobby Petrino talks about quarterback Jawon Pass and how the coaches are preparing him during the spring and summer to take over as starting quarterback. For those keeping score, the Louisville football program has gained two commitments but lost three — including one of the two it gained — in an up-and-down start to recruiting in 2019. Louisville now has just two players committed to its 2019 class – three-star quarterback Jaden Johnson from Memphis, Tennessee, and three-star guard Jack Randolph from Franklin-Simpson High School in Kentucky. At the same time, in recent months, Louisville has also lost three pledges from former commits: Ocala, Florida, running back

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