Louisville women's coach Jeff Walz has been in five states and watched 12 prospects in the first three days of recruiting period

University of Louisville women's coach Jeff Walz and his staff have been going strong on the recruiting trail. During the first three days of the current recruiting period, Walz has been in five states and watched 12 prospects.

University of Louisville women's basketball coach Jeff Walz and his staff have been going strong on the recruiting trail.

In the first three days of the current recruiting period, Walz and his staff have seen 12 different prospects in three states. He logged over 1,000 miles on Friday alone, watching five different players.

Walz and assistant coaches Stephanie Norman and Sam Purcell started at Mercer County High School on Friday morning watching 2018 commitment Seygan Robins. Walz also saw Ashland Blazer top 10 '18 prospect Mykasa Robinson, Lincoln County '19 star Emma KIng, Sacred Heart '18 guard Grace Berger and top-25 '18 guard Madi Williams from Trinity Valley in Texas.

It was back on the road for thee prospects on Saturday.

Duncanville, Tx., guard Zarielle Green is the No. 17 player in the '18 class was one of the prospects he saw on Saturday, along with Marble Falls, Tx., 6-foot-7 center Sedona Prince, who is the No. 3 prospect in the '18 class.

On Saturday, the third visit was to a top '17 point guard - Chennedy Carter. The 5-foot-8 Carter is the No. 13 player and the No. 4 point guard in the class, according to ProspectsNation.com.

It was Georgia and Tennessee on Sunday for Walz.

He saw the No. 19 player in the '18 class - Victoria Saxton - on Sunday. She is a 6-foot-1 post player from Buford, Ga., while Tory Ozment is an elite point guard from Buford, Ga. He also saw Chattanooga, Tenn., wing Elizabeth Balgoun, who ranks No. 21 in '18.

Walz and his staff are expected to be on the road most of this week.

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