Junior running back Darrian Miller (Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs) picked up his sixth offer on Tuesday. Louisville is the latest to extend a scholarship offer to the 5-foot-10, 193-pound back. The Cardinals join Iowa, Kansas State, Kansas Wisconsin and Minnesota. Miller took in a junior day at Missouri on Jan. 31 and went to Kansas' junior day in February. A junior day visit to Oklahoma State is a possibility. He is also receiving serious interest from Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Alabama. Miller rushed for 2,800 yards and 37 touchdowns this season, earning 6A all-state honors for a second straight season. He is hoping to hear from Tennessee and Florida. Louisville continues to be very active on the recruiting trail, offering some of the nation's finest prospects. The Cardinals offered safety Jeremy Cash (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Plantation) this week. For the 6-foot, 185-pound Cash, it was his second offer of the week after Nebraska offered on Monday. The hard-hitting safety with 4.58 40-yard dash speed has offers from Miami, Ohio State, North Carolina and Florida State among others with Ohio State and Miami said to be the top two.
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