Wright State graduate transfer Mark Alstork has confirmed he will visit the University of Louisville.
The 6-foot-5 Alstork said he has been in contact with U of L for several weeks and set up the visit on Wednesday night. It will come as an unofficial visit on May 17 and will be his sixth and final trip.
On Wednesday night, Alstork narrowed his list of schools to six.
He'll visit Pittsburgh on May 6-7 before heading to Georgetown on May 8-9 and Illinois on May 10-11. After a little break, Alstork will spend May 14 at South Carolina and May 15-16 at LSU.
The U of L visit will come the last day before the dead period. He said a decision would come a few days later.
Alstork, who put his name in to test the NBA waters, has become one of the hot commodity graduate transfers. Alstork, who played one season at Ball State before transferring to Wright State, averaged 19 points, 4.7 rebounds and 3.5 assists and was a first-team All-Horizon League selection last season. He's hit 37.3 percent from three-point range for his career.
He said the U of L staff has told him he would be a replacement for Donovan Mitchell, if he keeps his name in the draft. Mitchell has until May 24 to make that decision.