Jeff Brohm begins his tenure at Louisville by piling up options at quarterback. The latest signal-caller commit of the forwarding portal is Harrison Baileywho played two seasons at Tennessee before playing at UNLV last season.
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During his three-year college career, Bailey threw for 912 yards (60.9%) with six touchdowns to three interceptions.
In his true first season, Bailey started the final three games of the 2020 season. He completed 48 of 68 passes for 578 yards and four touchdowns. He played in just one game in the 2021 season, going 3 of 7 for 16 yards. He had a rushing touchdown.
In his only year at UNLV, Bailey saw limited action, appearing in six games while throwing for 318 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. He helped lead the Rebels to a win over Nevada in the season finale as the Rebels finished with a 5-7 record.
Coming out of high school, the Marietta (Ga.) product was rated a 6.1, five-star prospect and was the No. 30 prospect in the nation when he signed with Tennessee.
Bailey becomes the third transfer quarterback to commit to Louisville this offseason, joining Jack Plumer (Purdue/Cal) and Brady Allen (Purdue).
Other quarterbacks on the Cardinals roster include the incoming four stars Pierce Clarkson as well as veterans Evan Conley And Brock Doman.
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