Class of 2024 three-star quarterback Deuce Adams recently announced his plan to visit the University of Louisville next month from April 1-3.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound prospect out of Canyon High School in New Braunfels, Texas is ranked as the No. 97 overall prospect and No. 29 quarterback in his state by Rivals. During his junior season at Canyon, Adams threw for over 3,000 yards and 34 touchdowns while also completing 66.9% of his passes. He also added 290 yards on the ground and two rushing touchdowns.
Deuce Adams announced his upcoming visit to the University of Louisville on Monday, February 27 via Twitter.
— Deuce Adams (@AdamsDeuce) February 28, 2023
Adams currently holds 13 offers from D1 college football programs located all over the country. These other schools showing interest in the 2024 pro-style quarterback include Baylor, Boston College, California, and Washington State, among others.
It is worth noting, however, that Deuce Adams has the announcement of his offer from Jeff Brohm and UofL on February 8 pinned on his Twitter profile, which can be interpreted as a sign of his special interest in the Louisville football program.
ALL GLORY TO GOD!!
Blessed to receive an offer from the University Of Louisville🔴⚫️@BrianBrohm @JeffBrohm @83playmaker @CoachLeonardTX @Mickey_Scott_23 @Canyon_Football @adamgorney pic.twitter.com/48EsU0iisB
— Deuce Adams (@AdamsDeuce) February 8, 2023
If he chose to become a Cardinal, Deuce Adams would currently be the 11th highest-rated quarterback recruit for the UofL football program since 2000, according to 247Sports. At present, his 247Sports Composite Rating is just ahead of guys like Jordan Travis and Will Gardner and falls just below that of Malik Cunningham and Lamar Jackson.
Deuce Adams would certainly be a great addition to Louisville football’s 2024 recruiting class, which already includes commitments from five-star linebacker TJ Capers and four-star running back Isaac Brown.
Moreover, the University of Louisville football program is expected to enter the 2023 season with just two underclassmen quarterbacks on scholarship: sophomore Khalib Johnson and freshman Pierce Clarkson.
As a result, especially given what the Louisville football team experienced in 2022 with starting quarterback Malik Cunningham missing significant time due to injuries, it seems to be very important for UofL to add some quality talent at the quarterback position going forward, and Deuce Adams is exactly that.