JaQuan Lyle has 'great' visit to Louisville

Evansville, Ind., Bosse junior JaQuan Lyle made his second unofficial visit to a University of Louisville basketball game on Saturday, watching the Cardinals in a 70-68 loss to Syracuse. Check out what Lyle had to say about the visit and see where he's at in the recruiting process.

Evansville, Ind., Bosse junior guard Jaquan Lyle has been making a few recruiting visits during this basketball season.

The five-star guard has been to the University of Louisville twice after watching the Cardinals drop a 70-68 decision to Syracuse on Saturday. He was also at the KFC Yum Center for the Dec. 29 game against Kentucky.

"Overall, it was a great visit," Lyle told Scout.com national analyst Brian Snow about his most recent trip.

The 6-foot-4 Lyle, the No. 13 overall prospect in the Class of 2014, sat with '14 five-star wing Jalen Lindsey and JUCO point guard Chris Jones, who has already signed with U of L, during the game.

"It was a great game," Lyle said. "I like what I saw with the way they were pushing the ball and making it an up-tempo game.

"I like how they extend their defense and their guards play at the front he of the press and the zone.

Louisville is on a pretty lengthy list of schools that continue to be involved in the recruiting process, including Cincinnati, Florida, Kentucky, Indiana, Georgetown, Ohio State, Xavier, Illinois and Tennessee among others.

Lyle recently said he's "still pretty much wide open," but said U of L coach Rick Pitino told him he was coming to watch him play with Bosse next month.

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