When it rains, it pours for Bobby Petrino and the Louisville football program.
Two days after suffering their worst home loss in 21 years, Louisville has lost a key commit from the 2020 recruiting class.
Latarie Kinsler, a four-star defensive end, announced on Twitter that he’s re-opened his recruitment.
Please respect my decision❗️@DavidFurones_ @RivalsWoody @McNamaraRivals @ABLichtenstein @Mansell247 @BRYANCRAWFORDS2 @kryan247 @rivalsmike @ja_tarie @RivalsDave @Andrew_Ivins @SWiltfong247 @joshnewberg247 @Rivals_Singer @SSHighSchools pic.twitter.com/HEyAjx5EEV
— Latarie kinsler Jr (@LK2Jr) October 8, 2018
The Pahokee, Florida, native verbally committed to Louisville in July of last year.
247Sports ranks Kinsler as the 12th best weak-side defensive end in the 2020 class.
Kinsler says he’s still considering the Cards, but they’ll have some competition moving forward. He’s picked up offers from Central Florida, Kentucky, Miami, Nebraska, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Purdue and Syracuse since committing to Louisville.
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