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With the latest commitment of Jaylen Johnson, UofL’s 2014 class has risen in the national rankings.  The versatile forward joins 5-stars Shaqquan...Continue reading »

News broke yesterday that UofL secured a verbal commitment four-star forward Jaylen Johnson, and the Courier-Journal’s recruiting analyst Steve...Continue reading »

(Photo – Kelly Kline / Adidas)   Louisville’s 2014 recruiting class just got a whole lot stronger. The Cards already have a pair of 5-star...Continue reading »

(Photo – Balmer Sun)   When Louisville locked up JaQuan Lyle, Quentin Snider and Shaqquan Aaron, the staff immediately shifted their focus...Continue reading »

As UofL’s search for another big man continues, the defending champs are seemingly closing in on a talented prospect who’s currently visiting...Continue reading »

James Blackmon Jr., a four-star shooting guard from Marion (IN) High School, will take an unofficial visit to Louisville this Friday. Blackmon will be joining his good friend and former AAU teammate Trey Lyles, a five star power forward from Indianapolis (IN) Arsenal Tech, who will be on the Cards’ campus for an official visit. • Blackmon, a four-star Marion,...Continue reading »

(photo — The Indy Star)   James Blackmon Jr., a four-star shooting guard from Fort Wayne, Indiana, has scheduled an official visit to Louisville....Continue reading »

(Photo – Adidas)   Last week on our radio show we talked to The Courier Journal’s Steve Jones about the long list of big men on the UofL...Continue reading »

photo – It’s no secret that Trey Lyles, James Blackmon Jr., and JaQuan Lyle are good friends. All three players used to be teammates on the AAU basketball circuit and they enjoy playing together. In an interview with the Courier-Journal’s Steve Jones, here’s what Blackmon Jr. had to say about the possibility of playing with...Continue reading »

  Louisville is in the process of potentially putting together their finest recruiting class in the history of the program. They already have two...Continue reading »