Louisville women's coach Jeff Walz and his staff are back on the road and the head coach for the Cardinals had a busy Sunday

The University of Louisville women's basketball staff is back on the road and head coach Jeff Walz had a busy day on Sunday. Here's a look at some of the prospects Walz evaluated on Sunday in Atlanta.

University of Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz was a busy man on Sunday.

Walz and assistant coach Sam Purcell were recruiting at two events in the Atlanta-area and saw most of the top Class of 2017 targets for the Cardinals, including commitment Loretta Kakala, who plays for Cal Stars.

The U of L coaches attended the Nike Tournament of Champions and the PSB Elite Summer Invitational.

Walz also saw 2019 commitment Nyah Green and 2018 commitment Seygan Robins from Mercer County, along with top '17 targets Lindsey Duvall, Destiny Littleton, Evina Westbrook and Dana Evans.

Victaria Saxton from Team Elite, who has risen to the No. 19 player in the country after a breakout summer.

On Friday, Walz was in New Orleans and was tracking another newer U of L target - Rennia Davis. She is a 6-foot-2 athletic forward from Jacksonville, Fla., and ranks as the No. 7 forward in the country by ESPN.com.

For women's coaches, the second of two 10-day evaluation periods began on Friday. Purcell was in Atlanta on Friday, while Stephanie Norman was in the Washington, D.C.-area and Samantha Williams has been in Minnesota.

Louisville is expected to sign four players in the '17 class.


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