What's left for Louisville?

Following a pair of commitments the last two days, the 2013 recruiting class for Louisville has risen to 15 strong. Cardinal Authority takes a look at where much of the focus will be as National Signing Day approaches.

The University of Louisville football program continues to enjoy impressive momentum, securing two verbal commitments during the last two days.

Three-star linebacker Keith Kelsey (Gainesville, Fla.) announced at his high school on Monday morning, while three-star offensive lineman Cameron Fraser (Phenix City, Ala.) pledged to the Cardinals on Tuesday. The addition of Kelsey and Fraser brings Louisville's commitment list to 15 strong.

The current recruiting class holds an average star rating of 3.07. The previous high was in 2011, when the class that included Teddy Bridgewater, DeVante Parker, Calvin Pryor and others averaged 3.05.

Held on February 6, National Signing Day is rapidly approaching and the U of L recruiting efforts are focusing in on a few remaining key prospects.

Cardinal Authority takes a look at where the coaching staffs efforts will focus down the stretch in the Cardinal Authority Insider Forum.

Click here to access the Insider Forum

To view the current list of Louisville commitments, click here.

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