Posted January 12, 2012 on louisville.scout.com
Sean Draper, a two-star defensive back from Cleveland Glenville, will make his third official visit to Louisville this weekend. Draper, 6'1, 180, has already visited Iowa and Hawaii, and is looking forward to checking out Charlie Strong's Cardinals.
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