Found January 17, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
According to Steve Gorton of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel in Ft Lauderdale, 4-Star Outside Linebacker Jermaine Grace will announce his college decision on Tuesday.  What makes this interesting is that he will make his final college visit this Friday the 18th.  That visit will be to the University of Louisville.  Grace has taken official visits to Miami and Tennessee with the Hurricanes said to be the favorite. Jermaine is a 6′-2″ 196lb prospect out of Mirimar High School in Mirimar Florida.  During his junior season he finished with 115 tackles, five sacks and four interceptions.  According to Mike Bakas of Scout.com, “Grace brings a tremendous amount of speed and athleticism to the table as a prospect. He has good football instincts and he has the speed and athleticism to make a lot of plays all over the field. He’s very good in coverage, too. He is a bit on the small side for a major college LB prospect though.” Louisville doesn’t have a whole lot of depth at the Linebacker posi...
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