Louisville women's coach Jeff Walz and his staff host several top young prospects on Sunday

University of Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz and his staff hosted several major prospects on Sunday for the season-opening game - a 75-71 loss to California. Here's a look at the prospects the Cardinals' staff hosted.

It was a big day at the KFC Yum Center for the University of Louisville women's basketball team on Sunday.

U of L played its season opener - a 75-71 loss to California - in front of 16,000 fans and the staff also hosted several key recruiting prospects.

Colorado Springs, Colo., forward Kylee Shook, who signed with the Cardinals on Wednesday, was in town to check out her future teammates. Shook is already the all-time leading shot blocker in Colorado girls' basketball history.

The Cardinals also hosted three young prospects.

Harlan County High School forward Blair Green, who is considered the top prospect statewide in the Class of 2018, was at the game. Green is also considered a top 30 prospect nationally in the '18 class.

Another prospect at the game was Arizona standout Caitlin Bickle, considered a top 20 prospect in the '18 class. She landed an offer from the Cardinals' staff in the summer months.

Oklahoma City, Okla., forward Katelyn Levings, considered the No. 1 prospect in the Class of 2020, was also in town.

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