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RJ Sorensen Commits To Louisville Football

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Frank Ponce and Mark Ivey team up to land the big Defensive Lineman from Florida.

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Louisville has landed another Defensive Lineman from Florida with the commitment of RJ Sorensen. Louisville now has four Defensive Linemen in the class and may be set at the position group for the 2021 class. Sorensen is a three star prospect who was previously committed to Nebraska. He also holds offers from Maryland, Kentucky, Colorado, and a few others.

Louisville already has three Defensive Ends in the class so I’m assuming that there is a possibility that Sorensen will play Defensive Tackle when he gets to campus. He’s 6-4/245 and I think he looks much better playing inside than he does rushing outside. He doesn’t really show a lot of speed on the edge but he pushes people around when he’s inside. At worst, he has the versatility to give Bryan Brown options in different situations which is something they really need.

The Louisville staff has been on a roll lately and it appears that they will continue this run for a little longer. Scott Satterfield said that he felt they would improve on the quality of recruits that they bring in and so far that has been the case with the 2021 class.