Louisville Adds Former Kentucky Wildcat Transfer Izayah Cummings

Jeff Brohm is getting Louisville recruiting back to it's local roots

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The Louisville Cardinals needed some more depth in the tight end room in 2024, and Jeff Brohm already has 3 new tight-end commits and it's not even Christmas.

Izayah Cummings said he was coming home for his final year of eligibility to play for the Cardinals, and as a former Male high school graduate it is great to see. Under Scott Satterfield, Louisville was not recruiting as heavily in the state as they should have been, and it looks like Jeff Brohm will be getting back to Louisville's recruiting roots.

Izayah Cummings will come in as a 6'3 and 235-pound tight end, in what is already a great tight end room for the Louisville roster in 2024. Cummings saw action in 47 games for Kentucky in his 4 years there and started 4 games in his time there.

Cummings in his senior season for the Wildcats caught 18 passes for 293 yards and 4 touchdowns and even had a 55-yard catch against Louisville in the Governor's cup this season.

Brohm has absolutely been dominating the transfer portal, and the fact he is not only getting local players back on the roster but also Kentucky players is a great sight to see.

Welcome to The Ville Izayah Cummings.