Louisville senior WR Devante Parker is the No. 10 overall prospect on Dane Brugler's board.
Former TCU DE Devonte Fields announced his transfer to Louisville.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler believes Louisville S Gerod Holliman is "highly inconsistent vs. the run, struggling to square up his target and finish."
Louisville announced defensive coordinator Todd Grantham will remain at the school.
The Raiders offered Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham a two-year deal to become their DC, reports NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.
Louisville defensive coordinator Todd Grantham is interviewing for the same post with the Raiders, reports ESPN's Adam Caplan.
Former TCU DE Devonte Fields is visiting Louisville today and the Cardinals are in the lead to land the transfer, according to Max Olson.
NFL Media's Mike Mayock said Louisville senior OG John Miller's "upside for me is as a starting guard in the NFL."
CBS Sports' Rob Rang wrote that Louisville senior OG John Miller "simply blasted defenders off the line throughout much of the [Shrine Game]."
Louisville senior RB Dominique Brown ran for a game-leading 70 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries in Saturday's East-West Shrine game.
Louisville senior DE/OLB Deiontrez Mount "passes the eye test with a tall, athletic build, but he doesn't have that natural position for the next level," observes CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis observed that Louisville senior T Jamon Brown "really stood out during practice this week" East-West Shrine Game practices.
Louisville redshirt senior DE B.J. Dubose "brings a lot of energy off the edge, but also showed his discipline during seven-on-seven drills, holding backside contain and sniffing out misdirection plays," notes CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
Louisville senior RB Dominique Brown "has the potential to develop into a hybrid H-back role," wrote CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.
Louisville senior OG John Miller "flashed explosive lower body traits and point of attack power to be a people mover in the ground game" at Shrine Game practices, wrote CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.