Found February 28, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
Louisville Tight End Coach Sherrone Moore Surprisingly enough it seems that the Tight End position is going to be a major focus for the University of Louisville Football 2013 recruiting class.  The Cardinals added three tight ends in the 2012 class in Hunter Bowles, Ryan Hubbel and transfer Gerald Christian who will be ineligible until the 2013 season due to transfer rules. Also noticed by Mark Ennis of Big East Coast Bias is the switch of 6′-7″ 274lb redshirt freshman Aaron Epps to the Tight End position from the offensive line. While Louisville has already offered 4-Star Naples Florida product Mark Heuerman, they aren’t slowing down. According to Rivals.com’s Keith Niebuhr’s Twitter account the staff has now offered Arshad Jackson. Arshad is a 3-Star 6′-5″ 230lb Tight End out of Hampton Georgia. Jackson is rated the 12th best Tight End in the class by 247Sports.com and has also received offers from Arkansas, Mississippi State, Purdue and Virginia. Also noted by 247Sports.com Loui...
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