At Least Two Of Louisville’s 2019 Recruits Are Still 100% Committed

Chris Humphrey

Louisville’s 2-8 season has resulted in a total of three decommitments from the 2019. class.

Surprisingly, within 48-hours of Bobby Petrino’s firing, not one of the remaining ten commits have announced that they’re re-opening their recruitment.

Although they haven’t made a formal announcement that they’ve decommitted, I’d say that most will wait and see who the next head coach is before deciding on their future.

As of Wednesday afternoon, at least two of the commits from Louisville’s 2019 class say they’re 100% committed to the Cards despite the program not having a permanent head coach yet.

Check out this recent Twitter exchange between three-star dual threat quarterback Jaden Johnson and three-star athlete Anthony Adkins.

Given how small the class currently is, I’d say whoever the next head coach is would be happy to keep Johnson and Adkins.

Johnson was one of the first commitments for Louisville in 2019. At that time Memphis was his only other notable offer. He’s since picked up an offer from Georgia.

Adkins committed to Louisville in June just days after picking up an offer from Petrino’s staff. The Kentucky native was a standout performer at one of Louisville’s camps. He also holds offers from Army, Bowling Green and Western Kentucky.

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