In order to return to the NCAA tournament, a team needs contributions from both returning players and incoming recruits. Here's a look at the Louisville Cardinals and their chances of dancing again in 2015.
about 1128 days ago | Reggie Rankin | NCB On The Trail
Want to ask ESPN RecruitingNation national recruiting director Paul Biancardi a question about basketball recruiting? Tweet it to @PaulBiancardi using the hashtag #AskCoachB. @PaulBiancardi @ESPNCBB will Louisville big men be ready to play next year #askcoachb- lamaron duncan (@duke_shooter) March 4, 2014 Louisville has the nation's No.
about 1150 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
One of four remaining ESPN 100 players is now off the board as No. 69 Anas Osama Mahmoud, a 7-foot-1 center, has committed to Louisville. A native of Egypt, he came to the United States in September and it didn't take long for college coaches to start inquiring.
about 1153 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
Want to ask ESPN RecruitingNation national recruiting director Paul Biancardi a question about basketball recruiting? Tweet it to @PaulBiancardi using the hashtag #AskCoachB. @PaulBiancardi #AskCoachB thoughts on Louisville current recruiting class, and immediate impact.
about 1167 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail
Louisville coach Rick Pitino announced the signing of four ESPN 100 players on Friday. Leading the way for the Cardinals is small forward Shaqquan Aaron (Seattle/Rainier Beach) along with point guard Quentin Snider (Louisville, Ky.
about 1261 days ago | RecruitingNation | NCB On The Trail
With seven ESPN 100 commitments in as many days, the last week has been incredibly busy on the recruiting wire, but the best could still be yet to come with Reid Travis, Cliff Alexander, Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones all likely to make decisions in time to sign during the early signing period, which begins next week.
about 1269 days ago | Adam Finkelstein | NCB On The Trail
In the latest edition of the 2014 recruiting class rankings, UNLV moves in, while last year's title-game participants, Michigan and Louisville, move up. Here's a look at the latest moves and trends in the rankings: Trending up: The defending national champ made a big move up the charts after adding the commitment of ESPN 100 big man Chinanu Onuaku.
about 1298 days ago | Paul Biancardi | NCB On The Trail