The Louisville Cardinals coaching staff have had a busy string of days with prospects committing. The latest verbal commitment comes from Chattanooga (TN) Notre Dame defensive back Kareem Orr.
He visited Louisville for a camp over the weekend and liked the facilities, campus, and coaching staff.
"I enjoyed it a lot," Orr said of his visit. "I really liked how everything was close there as far as the campus goes and all. I thought it was great."
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He's been talking to two coaches from Louisville in particular.
"I've been talking to coach (Pete) Nochta and (Todd) Grantham," Orr told CardinalSports.com preceding his commitment. "Coach Grantham and I are growing our relationship, and me and coach Nochta have a good relationship."
Orr is being recruited by Louisville as either a safety or corner, and says that he could potentially even end up on the offensive side of the ball.
"I weight 193 pounds so I like to come down and be physical," Orr explained. "I also like to play off (man coverage) as well. I like playing in side shade man - just me and him."
Orr becomes the sixth verbal commitment of the 2015 Louisville recruiting class and is ranked a two-star prospect by Rivals.com He chose Louisville over the likes of East Carolina, Duke, Middle Tennessee State, Memphis, Navy, and Western Kentucky