Roughly five months after taking over the Louisville football program Scott Satterfield has landed his first quarterback commitment.
Tee Webb, a 6-foot-4, 185-pound, pro-style quarterback from Cartersville, Georgia recently gave the Cards a verbal commitment.
Humbled to announce my COMMITMENT to THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE! Thank you to everyone who helped me along this journey! GO CANES & GO CARDS! @UofLFootball @CoachSattUofL @coachponce305 @CoachBailQB @ULFBRecruiting pic.twitter.com/IlDsKBnwc0
— Tee Webb (@teewebb9) April 25, 2019
Webb is rated as a three-star prospect and is considered to be one of the top 30 pro-style quarterbacks in the 2020 class.
“I really think it’s a special place and they are building towards a great future,” Webb tells Rivals.
The Georgia native chose Louisville over offers from Colorado State, Georgia Tech, Miami, Kansas State, Rutgers and Syracuse, among others.
Webb established a relationship with the Louisville staff while they were previously at Appalachian State.
Webb joins three star safety Ronald Delancy and linebacker Kameron Williams as Louisville’s three-man 2020 class.<