Marty Biagi (ITV)
Following the game, ITV caught up with both Biagi and Pryor.
Handling both the punting and kicking duties for Shelby County, Marty Biagi proved on Friday night that he has great accuracy with his kicks and a strong leg.
Against Eastern, Biagi placed all of his kickoffs into the end zone and placed his punts near the sidelines each time, making them difficult to return.
In addition to Louisville, Biagi has received interest from Tennessee, Marshall, Air Force Academy, Indiana, Kentucky and others. However, according to Biagi, the Cardinals appear to have the lead for his services.
"I loved it," Biagi explained of his recent unofficial visit to U of L. "I got to speak to Coach Petrino before and after the game. I talked with Coach Nord and Coach Whitt. They haven't offered yet, but hopefully I'm still they're guy."
Eagle defense (ITV)
"It's been like that all season," explained Pryor, who also starts on the Eagles offensive line. "I guess it's because they're scared to come my way."
When ITV last spoke with Pryor, he informed us that the Cardinal coaching staff would extend a scholarship offer as soon as he achieved the required ACT test score.
"I'm taking the December 13 test, so hopefully I get everything done then," explained Pryor following the win over Shelby County. "I went to the Army game...it was real nice. I was able to talk to all the coaches."
Myron Pryor (ITV)
Others expressing high interest in Pryor include Cincinnati, Indiana, Kentucky and Michigan State. Indiana and Kentucky have both offered scholarships.
OTHER PLAYERS OF NOTE:
OT Trey Murphy (Eastern) The 6'3, 300-pound offensive tackle continues to impress everytime I see him. He has decent speed to go along with his size. He's currently a junior who should draw attention from state and regional programs next fall.
Adam Strickland (ITV)
CB Adam Strickland (Shelby County) Strickland, a junior, displayed great man coverage against Eastern. He has good speed and is a quick closer who hits hard every opportunity. He will need to add a few pounds to his 6'0, 170-pound frame, but he will definately draw interest from state schools.
LB Emanual Patterson (Shelby County) Patterson (6'3, 195), who is only a sophomore, is definately one to keep an eye on. He has great size and speed. He has a nose for the ball and seems to be involved in nearly every defensive play.