Louisville picks up late commitment from in-state ATH via class of 2023
Louisville is getting one late addition to the 2023 recruiting class from an in-state prospect that was originally committed to Kentucky.
Friday evening, 3-star prospect Kaden Moorman announced his commitment to the Cardinals. Moorman held offers from Kentucky, Toledo and Wisconsin and was committed to the Wildcats until reopening his recruitment in October of this past season.
“Sometimes God has a mission that you may not understand, a vision that you may not comprehend,” Moorman wrote in his announcement. “But he shows me again and again he will never give up on me. And I think you for that God… (With) that being said I would like to commit to the University of Louisville! Go Cards.”
110% commited !! ❤️⚫️🔴@WhitneyBlairr @CoachCBarclay @pete_nochta13 pic.twitter.com/KUhpMQDYml
— KINGKD (@kadenmoorman4) March 10, 2023
Listed as a 5-foot-10 and 205-pound running back out of Frankfort, Kentucky, Moorman is rated as a 3-star ATH by the 247 Sports Composite Rankings. Moorman is also the 8th overall prospect out of Kentucky and 85th ATH in the country for the 2023 recruiting class.
Impact for Louisville
Louisville is getting ready to move forward under Jeff Brohm with the head coach returning to his alma mater after a successful run leading Purdue. Prior to Moorman’s decision, Brohm’s 2023 recruiting class was rated 35th nationally by the 247 Sports Team Composite Rankings.
That is not an awful ranking for a program making a coaching switch after the end of a season, and getting another player like Moorman in the fold should be a win for the Cardinals. Here’s a look at hat he can do via Moorman’s Hudl highlights: