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Jason Hatcher, a 6-foot-3 230-pound defensive end at Trinity High School here in Louisville is rated as one of the top defensive lineman in the 2013 class. Hatcher is listed as a 4-star prospect by both Scout and Rivals. He is one of three incoming seniors at Trinity High School that the Louisville coaching staff is pursuing. They’ve already received a verbal commitment from defensive back Ryan White. 4-star wide receiver James Quick has Louisville in his top three.
Hatcher has held a scholarship offer from Louisville for quite some time now, but doesn’t appear to be in any hurry to make a decision. Hatcher is being courted by an impressive list of programs. Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Cincinnati, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Ole Miss, North Carolina State, Oklahoma State, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas A&M have all offered scholarships.
Louisville, Tennessee, and South Carolina appear to be recruiting Hatcher the hardest at this point. The Cards al...
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Every team has its super stars and has players that are supposed to be and are expected by fans to be superstars.
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Wide receiver Danny Coale, tight end James Hanna and linebacker Caleb McSurdy all agreed to terms.
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Trinity standouts Jason Hatcher and Reggie Bonnafon, and 2014 Hebron, Ky., quarterback Drew Barker were the standouts at Louisville's football camp this weekend.
With so many NFL teams going with a committee backfield the past few years, it’s really hard to find that one running back who is going to have a spectacular fantasy football season. After much self debating and pondering on who I think could finally have a breakout year in 2012, here are five guys