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It’s been well noted throughout the past few weeks that the one of the areas for the Louisville football program without a lot of proven experience is the safety position. Junior College transfer James Sample arrived on campus just in time and is expected to help fill the void. Former cornerback Terrel Floyd was converted to safety in July and will...
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Cardinal newcomer James Sample arrived on campus just in time to start fall camp with the team. Although he’s playing catch-up, Sample is expected to make an immediate impact at a position that needs some depth. The Sacramento native is in a very similar situation that former Cardinal defensive back Adrian Bushell was in three years ago.
Bushell was a late addition...
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It looked extremely doubtful that Louisville late signee James Sample would make it to campus on time to start practice with the team. But fortunately, it’s better late than never for Sample.
Shortly after 9 PM on Sunday evening, Mike Hughes of Inside The Ville reported that Sample has arrived on campus.
As of August, 1, Sample’s status was not listed as “enrolled”...
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On Friday evening following the spring game, news broke that former Washington safety James Sample intends to transfer to Louisville. On Tuesday afternoon the UofL made it official in a press release.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - University of Louisville football head coach Bobby Petrino announced on Tuesday the addition of safety James Sample on the...
The University of Louisville football team has announced the addition of a late signee, former Washington safety James Sample. A four-star prospect out of high school, Sample is a safety who will be eligible next season.
Former Washington safety James Sample - a four-star prospect out of high school - spent last season at a junior college. It appears he will spend his final two years at Louisville. Sample is reportedly set to enroll at U of L.
Dawgman.com spoke Wednesday with Keith Price, James Johnson, James Sample, Kasen Williams, Tre Watson and Justin Glenn about how Day Three went of Washington's Fall Camp. Here's what they said.