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Louisville Makes Updated Top Eight for Top-100 '25 QB Husan Longstreet

The quarterback from California is one of the prospects in the 2025 cycle.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The Louisville football program is still in the mix for one of their top targets in the Class of 2025 as he approaches a commitment date.

Corona (Calif.) Centennial quarterback Husan Longstreet updated his list of top eight schools on Monday, and the Cardinals are still in the running. Miami, Michigan, Oregon, Ole Miss and UCLA also made his updated list that was originally published last November, with Florida State and Washington being replaced with Auburn and Texas A&M.

Longstreet also announced that he has locked in a commitment date, and will be choosing his destination on Apr. 14.

Longstreet has been a longtime target of the Cardinals, even before the current coaching staff arrived. He was offered by the previous staff at Louisville back in March of 2022, and took a visit to their game against Notre Dame on Oct. 7.

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound signal callers is one of the top prospects in the 2025 cycle. He ranks as high as the No. 5 quarterback and the No. 53 overall prospect in the class, according to 247Sports. He comes in as the No. 94 overall prospect by the 247Sports Composite.

During his junior year at Centennial, Longstreet completed 66.8 percent of his passes for 3,013 yards and 24 touchdown to six interceptions, while also rushing 85 times for 645 yards and seven touchdowns. He helped guide the Huskies to a 9-3 record.

Louisville currently sports a three-man 2025 recruiting class, with Oxford (Ala). HS quarterback Mason Mims, Goshen (Ky.) North Oldham offensive linemen Gradey Anthony and Westerville (Oh.) North offensive lineman Jake Cook in the mix.

(Photo of Husan Longstreet: Milka Soko - The Press-Enterprise)

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