Four-Star JUCO sets Louisville visit

Woodny Turenne

Woodny Turenne, a four-star cornerback from College of Sequoias (Ca.), will make at two official visits this month. Turenne, a Florida native, recently was named a first team junior college All-American by JCGridwire.com. Where is Turenne headed?

Woodny Turenne, a four-star cornerback from College of Sequoias (Ca.), will make an official visit to Louisville the weekend of Dec. 16. Turenne, a Florida native, recently was named a first team junior college All-American by JCGridwire.com.

The weekend that the 6-1, 185-pound Turenne will visit Louisville is shaping up as an important recruiting weekend for the Orange Bowl-bound Cards. They'll host what is shaping up as an impressive group of official visitors, including most recent commit Mark Wetterer and three-star running back Rai-Shawn Wilson.

"They had a great season and they have a great team," Turenne said of Louisville. "They recruit a lot of Florida guys and I want to check out their team."

Turenne, who intercepted three or four passes as a sophomore, will make an official visit to Washington State this weekend. Turenne has a former teammate that plays for the Cougars and wants to check things out in Pullman. "It's a good school and I want to check things out to see if it's a good fit for me," he said.

Turenne made an official visit to Florida in September to watch the Gators play Alabama. "I had a good time there," he said. Two weeks ago, Turenne made an unofficial visit to USC for the Trojans game against Notre Dame.

Turenne will graduate in May and doesn't appear in a hurry to reach a decision about his recruitment. "I'm just taking my visits," Turenne said. "I just want to find a school where I feel comfortable around the coaches and players and with the surroundings."

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