Found January 09, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
The next two weekends are shaping up to be huge for Louisville football recruiting. Jermaine Grace, a 6-foot-2 195-pound outside linebacker from Miramar, FL., is one of the many prospects that is expected to visit Louisville in the month of January. Miami is the leader for Grace at this point, but Charlie Strong and the Louisville program aren’t too far behind. ESPN & Rivals both rate Grace as a 4-star prospect. He has offers from a number of schools, but is reportedly down to Miami, Louisville, Texas A&M, Tennessee and Florida. Louisville loaded up at the linebacker position in the 2012 class, but Grace is the type of prospect that Charlie Strong would welcome with open arms. The Florida native was named a Semper Fi All-American. At this point it sounds like he’ll either be a Cardinal or a Cane.
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