Found January 14, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
Charlie Strong and the Louisville football program will host a number of visitors over the next couple of weeks. One prospect that Coach Strong and his staff are hoping to see is James Hearns, a 6-foot-3 235-pound defensive end from Tallahassee, FL. Hearns has been verbally committed to Florida since last February, but there has been some speculation that Hearns may be second guessing his commitment to the Gators. He is projected to play linebacker at Florida and last week Will Muschamp received a commitment from linebacker Alex Anzalone. Considering some of the guys that Florida is going after, it looks as if they may recruit over Hearns. 4 –star athlete Taj Williams is a teammate of Hearns at Lincoln High School in Tallahassee. The Louisville staff is hopeful that Hearns will join Williams on his visit later this month. Louisville has been pursuing Hearns for quite some time and could be able to flip him from Florida-to-Louisville while on his visit. Hears was considering taking a...
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