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Charlie Strong and his staff have hit the road running, since arriving in Louisville. Not only have they been able to secure players that were previously interested in the Cardinals, but they have increased the total commitment list. The Cardinals also have the most four-star players than any other school in the conference with three. Put these talented recruits with over a dozen three-stars and Louisville could be headed toward the top spot in the Big East.
Top prospect: Defensive end B.J. Butler (Kissimmee, Fla./ Osceola) is the best in a class that has a good mix of skill, athleticism and power. Butler decommitted from Georgia for Louisville and is a versatile athlete that even played quarterback in high school. His blend of quickness and overall size makes him a truly special player for the Cardinals.
Don't be surprised if: Coach Strong keeps invading the state of Florida for talent. The three top players in the 2010 class are from the Sunshine State and look for him to keep using his Florida coaching background to his advantage. Besides Butler, Louisville has also picked up a huge and talented offensive lineman in Torrian Wilson (Miami, Fla./ Northwestern), who has been in and out of the ESPNU 150 this season and has a chance to be excellent at the next level.