Hundertmark not slowing down

Princeton Junction (N.J.) West Windsor Plainsboro South offensive tackle Zachary Hundertmark received an offer from Louisville a while back, and that took quite a bit of pressure off the young man.
That offer is a guarantee that he will have the opportunity to play college football in the FBS ranks, and it's something he doesn't take for granted. He plans on checking out what the Cardinals have to offer soon.
"I'm going to James Madison for a one-day camp on Friday," Hundertmark explained on Wednesday. "Then I'm going to Richmond on Saturday. Next week I'm going to visit Louisville, Purdue and Iowa."
Hundertmark has been as busy as just about any prospect in the country this summer. His camp at Richmond will be his twelfth of the summer, and he's doing it in an effort to get his name out there to as many coaches as possible. Slowly but surely he appears to be working his way up several recruiting boards, and he feels confident about where he stands today.
Hundertmark has been to camps at Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Duke, Wake Forest and Penn State, among other schools. He has also attended a couple of combines.
"I liked all of them. They all offer something different," he continued. "Mainly right now they want to see some film from my senior year."
With Louisville being the only school that has offered Hundertmark is there a chance he will commit to the Cardinals while he is in town?
"I'm not sure. It really depends on the situation I'm put in and what my family thinks of everything. I've been talking to coach Larry Slade and he's a cool guy. He's down to earth. The program is going to pick itself up. They're on the rise and they've always been good in football there."
Despite those sentiments, the 6-foot-5, 275-pound lineman said he does not have any favorites and is open to every school.