Charlie Strong got a couple of football commitments earlier this week but Terrence Ross, a 6-foot-3, 185 pound defensive player from Wekiva, Fla., sounds a little iffy, per the Orlando Sentinel:

Ross, a big-time defensive playmaker for coach Ty Parker and the Mustangs, said he’ll still play the recruiting game a little deeper into the process, but for now he is committed to head coach Charlie Strong’s Cardinals.

“We talked yesterday and I told him it’s a done deal,” Ross said of his conversation with Strong. “The connections with me and Coach Strong and how it fits me and how I think I can go there and play … those were the main reasons. I know I have to work hard, but it fits around me and I know I want to play there.

“I am still in the game and want to take all of my visits. I’m committed but not solid right now. I didn’t get a chance to talk to coach Strong about it, but tomorrow I’m going to talk to him about taking all my visits and ask if I do that if he’ll pull back my offer. He’s such a good dude, I think, hopefiully, he’ll let me take my visits.”

Stay tuned. Charlie Strong likes firm commitments.

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By Charlie Springer

Charlie Springer is a former Louisville editor and sportswriter, a public affairs consultant, a UofL grad and longtime fan.

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  1. When this happens you pull the offer. Strong said he wants this to be a place people want to come and part of that is not accepting wafflers. All in or all out.

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