Posted January 25, 2012 on louisville.scout.com
Louisville is running out of scholarships for their 2012 recruiting class. This week, Charlie Strong visited Sean Draper, one of the Cardinals last remaining targets, and asked the three-star Ohio defensive back if he should hold a scholarship for him. What was Draper's response?
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