Louisville football lands future WR1 in 4-star DeAndre Moore Jr.

Louisville football has been recruiting at a high level lately and it has landed future No. 1 wide receiver DeAndre Moore Jr. on Tuesday.

Scott Satterfield has been recruiting like a machine for the 2023 class as Louisville football now holds the No. 7 class after landing one of the top receivers in the country.

On Tuesday afternoon, Louisville was given some great news as four-star wideout DeAndre Moore Jr. had committed to the 2023 class, joining nine other pledges and becoming the top-ranked commit for the Cardinals.

The Cardinals had two top-150 commits before Moore Jr. made his pledge official in Pierce Clarkson and Aaron Williams, but he’s the first top-100 prospect to join Louisville’s 2023 group.

And he’s going to be a really, really good one.

Moore Jr. held about two dozen offers and could have gone to some major programs, but decided to give the up-and-coming Cardinals a shot. He becomes the Cardinals’ highest-rated non-Kentucky-based commit in program history as he’s ranked the No. 55 overall recruit and 10th-best wide receiver in the class, per the composite. The 247rankings have him slotted even higher at 47th overall and as the No. 8 wide receiver.

The 6-foot-0, 185-pound receiver from California is not only going to give the class a boost, but he’s going to assume the role of future WR1. He has the talent to become an All-ACC player from day one and he’s going to give Louisville that next offensive threat to make the NFL.

Watch out for Satterfield and the Cardinals in a year or two, folks. They’re building something really special in Louisville.