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Photo – Kelly Kline, Under Armour   5-star SG Antonio Blakeney has visited Louisville 5 times and stated when he committed, he had been wanting to do so for more than 2 months, but now he has all of a sudden changed his story. After decommitting late Monday night, he stated he “rushed” into his decision and wanted to see more schools. So to recap:...Continue reading »

Is Perry Dozier still an option for UofL? – Photo by Kelly Kline   Here’s the thing about college basketball recruiting: it’s simply impossible to get into the mind of a 17 or 18-year-old kid. Hell, I know when I was that age indecision and being spontaneous were synonymous with one another and often times led to mistakes or making the wrong choice...Continue reading »

Photo – CBSSports.com After just 11 days, 5-star SG Antonio Blakeney has withdrawn his verbal commitment to UofL.  He told Scout.com’s Evan Daniels back when he committed that he had known that he had wanted to attend Louisville for about two months prior to his commitment. So how and why did this all come about?  Shoe Companies – or in a word, Nike. ...Continue reading »

Photo – NY Daily News The recruiting rankings have been updated, and there’s no bigger winner than the University of Louisville.  The 2015...Continue reading »

Photo – Facebook 5-star SG Antonio Blakeney, the newest commitment in Louisville’s 2015 elite class had – like the other three commits – a stellar summer.   Here’s his new summer highlight mixtape from Courtside Films. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 8.8/10 (5 votes cast)...

Photo – 247Sports   Coach Pitino laid the groundwork for landing Antonio Blakeney well over a year ago.  Tonight, that hard work paid off in the form of a commitment from the elite 5-star shooting guard.  The 6’4 scorer from Oak Ridge, FL cast his lot with the Cards after a two day visit over Labor Day weekend.  While LSU was viewed as the major competition,...Continue reading »

Photo -M Live   Earlier today we told you that Louisville freshman Jaylen Johnson’s name appeared at the registrar’s office and that he looked to be fully enrolled as a student. However, though now attending classes, he had still yet to be cleared officially to play basketball by the NCAA. That is until now. Right as we went on the air tonight for our...Continue reading »

Photo – Ann Arbor News   It’s coming right down to the wire, but the last piece of Louisville’s heralded 2014 recruiting class appears to be falling into place. Jaylen Johnson, a 6’9, 4-star forward from Ypsilanti, Michigan has been awaiting clearance from the NCAA after his school district went through a merger with a neighboring town. The...Continue reading »

Photo – @UABasketball Fresh off his commitment to Louisville – and interview with LSL – Donovan Mitchell took his talents to Brooklyn...Continue reading »

Photo – AP With Deng Adel, Donovan Mitchell, and Ray Spalding already in the fold, UofL has a top class nationally.  But Coach Pitino isn’t...Continue reading »

Photo – AP Two games got official tip-off times today as the Cards will face the evil empire at 2:00 on December 27th on ESPN2.  Louisville is featured on ESPN’s “Big Monday” only once, when they travel to Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech. Information for two University of Louisville basketball games this upcoming season came out on Monday, including...Continue reading »

Photo – @spidadmitchell If you follow college basketball recruiting, you know it can be a cruel game.  A school and coaching staff can devote a lot of time on a specific prospect only to see them pick a different program.  In this game of recruiting, it’s a rather simple deal – you win some and lose some.  Providence had recruited Mitchell for well...Continue reading »

Photo – @spidadmitchell Donovan Mitchell was this summer’s fastest rising prospect and Coach Pitino and staff noticed it right away.  That paid off Thursday night with a commitment from hottest 2015 prospect, giving the Cards three recruits in the top 40; one a 5-star and two more close to 5-star status.  Having been recruited by Providence and other northeastern...Continue reading »