Who's left on the '14 board for Louisville?

The University of Louisville basketball staff has three solid commitments in the Class of 2014. Quentin Snider, Shaqquan Aaron and JaQuan Lyle are on board, now the staff turns their attention to big men in the '14 class. Here are the top prospects left on the board for U of L:

With the addition of Jaquan Lyle to the Class of 2014, the University of Louisville basketball staff now has three commitments. The Cardinals will now turn all attention to trying to land a couple of big guys. Here's a list of top targets for the U of L staff heading into the month of July.


Trey Lyles
Position:
Power forward
School (City, State):
Indianapolis Tech
Rating:
No. 4
The latest:
The 6-foot-9, 210-pound Lyles is tops on the wish list by the staff heading into the month. He's narrowed his list to six schools, including U of L, Kentucky, Butler, Duke, Florida and UCLA. Many believe it's between U of L and UK and the Cardinas are expected to follow him all month.
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Myles Turner
Position:
Center
School (City, State):
Euless, Texas, Trinity
Rating:
No. 5
The latest:
The 7-foot, 240-pound Turner is one of the fastest rising prospects in the country among '14 players. He confirmed the U of L interest recently but it's unclear when he will narrow his list. The Cardinals will go all out this summer, trying to land the top prospect.
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Cliff Alexander
Position:
Center
School (City, State):
Chicago Curie
Rating:
No. 6
The latest:
Louisville made the cut for the final 10 in the recruitment of the 6-foot-9, 230-pound star from Chicago. Alexander is a consensus top-10 prospect and is ranked as the No. 3 post player by Scout.com. The Cardinals are hanging around and still in the mix for the big man.
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Kelly Oubre
Position:
Forward
School (City, State):
Henderson, Nev., Findley Prep
Rating:
No. 28
The latest:
A recent addition to the U of L wish list, the 6-foot-6, 195-pound Oubre said the Cardinals are coming after him the hardest of any school – with Arizona – and he'll give U of L a major look. Cards have a real shot at Oubre.
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Devin Robinson
Position:
Forward
School (City, State):
Christchurch, Va., School
Rating:
No. 30
The latest:
The 6-foot-8, 180-pound Robinson is way up the wish list for the staff after putting on a show in front of Rick Pitino during the April evaluation period. Robinson is talented and would be a perfect fit for the Cardinals.
Profile:

Goodluck Okonoboh
Position:
Center
School (City, State):
Wilbraham, Mass., and Monson Academy
Rating:
No. 37
The latest:
A new name on the target list for the Cardinals, the 6-foot-9, 210-pound Okonoboh has a motor that keeps on running and a tremendous upside. He will be evaluated several times by the staff in July. Expect him to be a top target.
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Elbert Robinson
Position:
Center
School (City, State):
Kennedale, Texas
Rating:
No. 47
The latest:
The 6-foot-11, 270-pound big man has been a top post player target for six months by the U of L staff and remains a top priority. The Cardinals will be watching and are likely to get a July visit by Robinson.
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Zylan Cheatham
Position:
Forward
School (City, State):
Phoenix Westwind Academy
Rating:
No. 62
The latest:
The 6-foot-7, 200-pound Cheatham was another prospect to make a major move in the rankings this spring and the staff has picked up the recruitment. Will be interesting to see how much attention the staff pays in July.
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Jaylen Johnson
Position:
Forward
School (City, State):
Ypsilanti, Mich.
Rating:
No. 97
The latest:
The 6-foot-8, 200-pound Johnson made a recent unofficial visit to Louisville and has the Cardinals' high on his list of schools. The staff will watch him several times in July and then make a call on how much attention to show.
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Jalen Lindsey
Position:
Forward
School (City, State):
Huntington Prep
Rating:
No. 65
The latest:
The 6-foot-6, 180-pound Lindsey said he hasn't heard a lot from the Cardinals since the Shaqquan Aaron commitment. But the staff will still be watching some of his games in July and isn't totally out of the recruitment.
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