TheCrunchZone.com has learned that 3 Offensive Lineman Nacho Garcia, Chandler Bridges and Cameron Fraser have decided to depart from the Louisville Football program.
Early indications are that Cameron Fraser is headed to Youngstown State to join former UofL Running Back Coach Kenny Carter. Fraser and Bridges both red-shirted the 2013 season. Nacho Garcia, however, started several games at Right Tackle for the Cards until an injury vs. South Florida ended his season.
Chandler Bridges (6-3, 285) came to the Cards in the 2013 recruiting class from Flowery Branch High School and was a 3-Star prospect according to ESPN.com & Scout.com and has struggled with injury. Cameron Fraser (6-4, 262) was also a part of the 2013 class hailing from Phenix City, AL and was rated the #4 Offensive Lineman in the state of Alabama. Fraser was also a 3-star recruit by Rivals.com, 247sports.com, and ESPN.com.
Nacho Garcia (6-5, 347) played two seasons for the Cards, beginning in his true freshman season. Garcia came to the Cards from University High School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and was a 4-star prospect by ESPN.com.
TheCrunchZone.com will update this story when it is known where Garcia and Bridges land.
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