Louisville Football’s 2019 Class Nearly Doubled In Size Over The Weekend

Chris Humphrey

The Louisville football program’s 2019 commitment list nearly doubled in size over the weekend.

Scott Satterfield’s staff landed a total of three commitments on Sunday, three from 2019 recruits and one via the graduate transfer market.

Josh Black, a three-star, offensive tackle, flipped his commitment from Georgia Tech to Louisville following an official visit to the Derby City.

Black had been committed to Georgia Tech since July, but it doesn’t appear that he ever established much of a relationship with the new staff in Atlanta.

Monty Montgomery, a three-star, linebacker, out of Hutchinson Community College also gave the Cards a verbal commitment following a visit.

Montgomery spent the 2017 season at Tulane before taking the JUCO route. The Georgia native was a JUCO all american in 2018 and won defensive player of the year in his conference.

Jackson Gregory, a 6-foot-3, 290-pound, center from West Lake, Ohio, appears to be a project for the Cards. Louisville was his only FBS offer according to his recruiting profile.

For what it’s worth, Louisville offensive line coach made Gregory a top priority once former commit Ty Murray flipped to North Carolina.

The fourth commitment for Louisville on Sunday came from Ean Pfeifer, a graduate transfer from Vanderbilt.

Pfeifer has two years of eligibility left and can play right away. The Arkansas native played on the offensive line for Vandy over the past three years, but is expected to help Louisville at tight end in 2019.

In 2016 as a redshirt freshman Pfeifer was an Athlon Sports SEC All Freshman honoree, but he’s struggled with injuries over the past two seasons.

Louisville currently has a total of ten players in the fold for 2019. Four have already signed and the other six are expected to make of official during the February signing period.

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