Rowan, playing at the Peach Jam with his E1T1 team, didn't do interviews after a night session game. But he confirmed twice to Scout.com that he now has a list of four schools - Louisville, St. John's, N.C. State and West Virginia.
Originally a player in the Class of 2016, Rowan is in the process of taking some summer school classes in order to reclassify. He wasn't certain of a timetable for a decision.
"Oh definitely," one source said when asked if Louisville had a shot. "A real big shot."
Rowan, who led Cardinal Gibbons to a state title last season in high school, has been the top target for U of L coach Rick Pitino for more than a year and a half since Rowan de-committed from Pittsburgh.
Of the four schools, Rowan has made officials to all but West Virginia. He told Scout.com's Evan Daniels that he likely wouldn't make any other visits before a decision.
Louisville has a scholarship available for Rowan, who had 21 points, five rebounds, three assists and three steals in his first game at Peach Jam but then went 1-or-9 in front of Pitino in the nightcap.