Louisville Adds Three More Transfers in Jeff Brohm's Huge Recruiting Weekend

Jeff Brohm is smoking hot in the transfer portal
Nov 20, 2021; Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; South Alabama Jaguars wide receiver Caullin Lacy (4)
Nov 20, 2021; Knoxville, Tennessee, USA; South Alabama Jaguars wide receiver Caullin Lacy (4) / Bryan Lynn-USA TODAY Sports

Jeff Brohm and Louisville have had an incredible past few days when it comes to the transfer portal, but they still keep adding more talented players to the roster. Brohm added wide receiver Caullin Lacy from South Alabama and added offensive lineman Vic Cutler from Ohio State.

Caullin Lacy is a huge pickup for Louisville and with Brohm running the offense Lacy could become a star offensive player at Louisville. Lacy had 91 receptions for 1,316 yards this season for 7 touchdowns. Lacy had been at South Alabama for the last 4 seasons and looks to bring his experience and talent to this already impressive and talented Louisville offense. Lacy also comes in at 5'10 and 190 pounds.

Louisville and Jeff Brohm also added another offensive line transfer from Ohio State: Vic Cutler. Cutler spent his first 3 years at ULM where he had a lot of success in different positions on the offensive line. He then transferred to Ohio State last season where he only appeared in 4 games and 21 total snaps. He then committed to Louisville and looks to add some needed depth to the 2024 offensive line for the Cardinals. Cutler will come in at 6'3 and 300 pounds.

Louisville also added DB Blake Ruffin from Eastern Illinois this morning. Ruffin was a product of Trinity High School here in Louisville so it is no wonder that Brohm decided to recruit him. Ruffin had a great 2023 campaign where he was named All-Big-South-OVC first team and Associated Press FCS second-team All-American. Ruffin also led the league in interceptions with 4 and had 63 tackles on the season. Ruffin also comes in as a 6'2 and 205-pound defensive back.

Brohm keeps adding to this transfer class, and things are looking to get better and better for the Cardinals as the offseason progresses.