Louisville HC Bobby Petrino said that sophomore QB Lamar Jackson is "going to be the face of our program for a while."
Louisville senior LB Trevon Young (hip) will take a medical redshirt for the 2016 season.
Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino made it known he wants to win a national title this season.
Louisville senior DT DeAngelo Brown is the No. 95 player in college football, per Pro Football Focus.
An anonymous Power 5 head coach told ESPN: "That [Louisville sophomore QB Lamar Jackson] is the next big thing in college football. Phenomenal talent."
Louisville returns nine of its 17 interceptions from last season and 33 passes defended in total.
Louisville senior WR Ja'Quay Savage "earned all sorts of praise from the Cardinals’ coaches this spring for breaking out at receiver," according to ESPN's Matt Fortuna.
ESPN's KC Joyner wrote that "[t]he ACC is stocked with quarterback talent, but [Louisville sophomore QB] Lamar Jackson has a chance to become the best field general in the conference."
CBS Sports' Tom Fornelli wrote that "some doubts should remain" regarding Louisville as a potential top-25 team in 2016.
Louisville HC Bobby Petrino called junior WR Reggie Bonnafon "one of the greatest kids in the world to coach."
ESPN's Jared Shanker believes that Louisville HC Bobby Petrino "needs a fast start to preserve the Cardinals’ chances for a breakthrough season in the ACC."
ESPN's Jared Shanker tabbed Louisville sophomore QB Lamar Jackson as a potential sleeper for the Heisman.
ESPN's Andrea Adelson sees Louisville as a potential Playoff sleeper out of the ACC.
ESPN's Travis Haney named Louisville sophomore QB Lamar Jackson the sport's biggest breakout candidate.
The Saints received a C+ for their 2016 draft class from Rotoworld's Evan Silva.