Posted January 19, 2012 on louisville.scout.com
If there was a Mr. Louisville award for Charlie Strong's 2012 recruiting class it would go to Sid Anvoots. A promising 6'4, 290-pound offensive lineman from Indianapolis, IN., Anvoots might not be the most decorated member of Louisville's nationally-ranked recruiting class, but no one has exemplified more Cardinal spirit than the three-star prospect.
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