Chris Humphrey

The early signing period won’t be nearly as busy for the Louisville football program as it has been in previous years. 

Louisville started the day with just three verbal commitments. As of 9:00 AM, they’ve received two signed national letters of intent, one of which comes via flip. 

Aidan Robbins, a three-star, running back out of Louisville Manual High School was the first to commit to the Cards this morning.

Robbins committed to the Cards in June and stuck with his commitment throughout a 2-10 season and a coaching change. The local product was being pursued by BYU and Kentucky leading up to the early signing period.

Evan Conley, a three-star, quarterback has flipped from Appalachian State to sign with Louisville.

Conley became a top target for Satterfield and his staff shortly after they made the move from App State to Louisville.

The North Carolina native doesn’t have a very impressive offer list, but is believed to be a perfict fit for Scott Satterfield’s offense. 

QB was a key position of need for Louisville in 2019 as they currently have only two scholarship signal callers on scholarship.

Three star offensive linemen Zach Williamson and Ty Murray are the two commitments that have yet to submit signed letters of intent.

Both are expected to sign with Louisville, but anything is possible on signing day.

Williamson recently had an in home visit with the new staff, but also picked up late offers from Kentucky and Penn State. 

Murray took an official visit to Louisville this past weekend and it doesn’t appear he’s being heavily recruited by other power five programs at this time. 

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