After making her commitment public in July, Bullitt East High School standout guard Lindsey Duvall said she couldn't wait for the day she would make it official and sign with the University of Louisville.
Well, now it's official.
Duvall reports she signed her national letter-of-intent with the Cardinals at 7:05 a.m. this morning at her school.
The 5-foot-10 Duvall, who at one time was committed to Kentucky, is the first player in the Class of 2017 to sign with the Cardinals. U of L's class is ranked No. 1 currently by ESPN. California post Loretta Kakala and Indiana guard Dana Evans will also sign today.
One of the elite players both in-state and nationally, Duvall also considered Michigan and DePaul before picking U of L.
Duvall, who missed a portion of her junior season following the removal of a tumor near her left knee, averaged 18.7 point and eight rebounds in seven outings as a junior. She is rated as the No. 22 prospect in the country by ESPN.com.