Leading OLB in ’24 class devotes to Louisville
Extremely sought after junior outside linebacker T.J. Capers devoted to Louisville on Saturday.The item of
Miami’s Christopher Columbus High School made the statement throughout the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.He was among
two class of 2024 prospects to devote at the game. Safety Peyton Woodyard, ranked No. 43 total in the 2024 ESPN 300, devoted to Georgia.Capers, No. 15 general in the 2024 ESPN 300 and the top outside linebacker in the cycle, immediately provides new coach Jeff Brohm somebody substantial to construct around. Capers ends up being the highest-ranked possibility to commit to Louisville because ESPN began ranking players in 2006 and is the second ESPN 300 member of Brohm’s first full recruiting class, signing up with running back Isaac Brown (No. 132 general in 2024).
Capers’ father, Tavaras, informed ESPN that early playing time offered with the Cardinals was an essential consider his kid’s choice. Capers likewise took a look at USC, Colorado, Georgia and Miami.Six-foot-3, 230-pound
Capers tape-recorded 70 tackles, 11 quarterback hits and 7 sacks for Columbus as the program went 14-1 and won a 4M state title in 2022. Louisville’s 2023 class sits 23rd in ESPN’s rankings after last month’s early finalizing duration and functions 5 ESPN 300 signees– the most the program has ever had in a single class.Capers’promise provides the Cardinals some much-needed momentum on the trail after 2023 ESPN 300 running back Rueben Owens II (No. 42 general in 2023) and pass receiver DeAndre Moore Jr.(No. 77 total in 2023)decommitted and signed with Texas A&M and Texas, respectively, after head coach Scott Satterfield’s departure to Cincinnati.Brohm, who starred at Louisville as a quarterback from 1989 to 1993, went back to his university last month after investing six years at Purdue