The top football recruits from Louisville are still available for the 2018 recruiting class, but it’s now too late for most of the top recruits to land in the city, according to the latest recruiting rankings from Rivals.com.
The latest rankings from the recruiting site show only seven recruits have landed in Louisville this year, and those seven are Louisville’s best prospects in 2019.
In the rankings, the Cardinals’ best prospect in 2019 is Georgia Tech quarterback Jacob Eason, who could be a top-10 pick if he’s still available in the NFL.
Eason also has a high floor and good size, according, and his father, Brian, also has good size and athleticism.
Brian Eason is an accomplished running back in the Georgia Tech offense and has shown that he can be a reliable back, according of Rivals.
In the past few years, he has made some great plays on the football field.
Brian’s father, a Georgia Tech linebacker, also plays in the ACC.
Brian’s dad is a 6-foot-2, 255-pound defensive tackle who has also played in the NBA.
The top recruiting prospect from 2018 is Alabama wide receiver A.J. Hammons, who is currently ranked as the No. 4 wide receiver in the nation.
However, Hammons will have to wait until 2019 for a big-time offer.
Hammons has had offers from Alabama, Notre Dame, Oregon, Auburn and Clemson, but he’s not guaranteed a big name because of the NCAA sanctions that have hit the sport.
If Hammons continues to show improvement and becomes a top 10 pick, he could land in Los Angeles, where he could get a scholarship.
Hammonds is a very versatile receiver with great speed and the ability to make big plays, according for Rivals.
He could be the next Calvin Johnson.
Another player in the 2019 class that could be in the Los Angeles area is Alabama cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Ramsey has shown he has the physical traits to be a great corner in the pros, and he could be another great prospect if he stays healthy.
The Crimson Tide currently have a big corner group in the class with Jalen Mills, Marlon Humphrey and Jalen Tabor, but Ramsey is one of the better prospects in the draft.
Ramsey also has the ability, as a junior, to be an excellent slot receiver, according Rivals.
Ramsey is a versatile receiver who can make plays in space and in the red zone, and the 6-1, 190-pound Ramsey has great ball skills.
Ramseys father, Kevin Ramsey, is an NFL offensive lineman, so he has a great chance to make an NFL team out of next year.
Ramys father also plays basketball, which is an athletic sport.
He is a great athlete, as he has shown the ability.
The last top football prospect from 2017 is Clemson quarterback Brad Kaaya, who was ranked as a top five quarterback prospect, according with Rivals.
The Clemson offense has a lot of potential, but there is no guarantee that Kaaya can become a starter.
Kaaya has an outstanding arm and arm strength that will allow him to be productive when he is healthy.
The Tigers have an outstanding quarterback class, with Clemson being ranked the No 1 team in the country.
The Tigers could be able to get their quarterback back next year if he returns healthy, which would allow Kaaya to have an impact.
The next recruiting class in 2019 will feature a lot more top prospects than in 2018.
While the top prospects are still there, the next wave of prospects are going to come from other states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, North Carolina, Ohio State and Texas A&M.
The 2019 recruiting class has a total of 14 prospects, which includes Alabama’s quarterback Jalen Hurts, Texas A & M’s defensive tackle La’el Collins, Georgia’s defensive end Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Georgia receiver Treon Harris and Oklahoma State’s wide receiver Marqise Lee.