With three spots open for 2020, we play Scott Satterfield’s role in finding players to fill needs for Louisville football’s roster.
Scott Satterfield and the Louisville football program have put together a great recruiting class in just their first full cycle since taking over as the head coach back in December of 2018.
During the Early Signing Period, the Cards signed 25-players, 15-plus of which enrolled early and will go through Spring Practice later this month, headlined by multiple all-American junior college players as well as four-star linebacker Kameron Wilson and four-star offensive lineman Luke Kandra.
With three-four scholarships remaining, Louisville used the late signing period to get ahead with the class of 2021 while keeping an eye on the graduate-transfer and the transfer market. Scott Satterfield has mentioned on several occasions the need to add more players at positions among the defensive line, secondary, and potentially at linebacker.
Knowing there are spots remaining we do our best to play the role of head coach Scott Satterfield and fill out the roster for the Louisville football program heading into 2020.
Much like when we published our list of graduate-transfer options worth pursuing, none of these players are being reported as being targets for the Cards. Instead, we’ve taken a look at fit, need, and fit both short-term and long-term when making the “final decisions.”
Satterfield and company could look to the transfer portal for graduate-transfers and sit-out transfers, while also looking at potential juco transfers and high school recruits who are able to get eligible late.