Ross enjoys first visit to UofL
Terrence Ross, a talented safety from Apopka, Fla., committed to Louisville last month without visiting the school. Last weekend, the 6-2, 190-pound defensive back, made his first visit to campus to attend Charlie Strong's football camp.
"It was great," Ross said. "The relationship the coaches have with their players is great. The facilities are amazing. The dorms were very big, very nice. Everything was great. It really helped [solidified my decision]."
According to sources, Ross was a standout in camp on Saturday.
"They said I did good," Ross said. "There is always a lot of stuff to work on. They already knew what I'm capable of doing and my ability. They didn't have much to say to me but they did say I did good. They said they're ready for me to come up there next season."
"They were amazing, I loved them," Ross said. "I had a great connection with them. They are really nice guys."
Ross also brought Orlando, Edgewater defensive back Troy Dunnell, whom he referred to as his 'brother,' to Louisville's camp with him.
"He did awesome in one on one's and he only had one ball caught against in 12 or 13 passes," said Ross. "Hopefully they offer him."
Lacy enjoys coaching
Skylar Lacy, a 2013 Louisville offensive line comma from Greenwood, Indiana, attended the Cardinals camp on Sunday, working with offensive line coach Dave Borbely.
"Camp was pretty good, I had a great time," Lacy said. "I don't want to look at any other schools because I'm solid on Louisville."
"Coach Borbs was excited about me," Lacy said. "He wants me to get in better shape. I got winded during some of the one on one's but I held my own for the most part. They want me to get in better shape and make sure I'm stronger before I get there."
Lacy said he prefers Borbely's hard-nosed approach to coaching.
"He's everything I want in a coach," Lacy said. "He reassured me that's who I want to play for. I need that old school, up in your face mentality and he brought that yesterday. That's what got me excited to get down there. He gave me tips what to work on so I can be better by freshman year. He gave me a couple drills to work on my strength and footwork."