It’s been well noted that there will be some serious Louisville Cardinal representation in this year’s NFL Draft.
On Tuesday we learned that two former Cardinals have accepted invitations to attend the draft on May, 8 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Former quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and safety Calvin Pryor will experience their dream become reality live and in person.
Bridgewater and Pryor are two of a league record 30 players invited to this year’s NFL Draft, which is considered to be one of the deepest drafts in recent years.
Louisville is one four programs to be represented with multiple prospects at the draft. Texas A&M, Ohio State and Alabama are the others.
Bridgewater’s draft projections have been all over the place in recent weeks. He was once thought to be the best QB in the draft, but his stock has somewhat dropped based off of mock drafts.
Since Louisville’s 2013 season ended, Pryor has widely been regarded as one of the top two safeties in this year’s draft alongside Alabama’s HaHa Clinton-Dix. Pryor is considered to be a near lock for the first round.