And the question every U of L fan wants to know these days is how well Sebastian's visit was to the "Ville?"
"It was good," Telfair said. "I had a great time."
Telfair visited the Louisville campus last weekend, along with 6'9 Oak Hill Academy power forward Brian Johnson and both prospects attended the Cards football game Saturday afternoon against the Big East's Temple Owls.
Since the two prospects returned home Sunday evening, Inside TheVille has learned and reported that Johnson has cancelled scheduled visits to both Arizona and Cincinnati and has narrowed his choices to Louisville and Georgia Tech.
Johnson's uncle told TheInsiders Monday afternoon that the Cards lead for the 6'9 power forward's services and that a decision would be made no later than the middle of this month.
Georgia Tech, which secured a committment from South Carolina guard Zam Frederick yesterday, and could receive commitments in the near future from 6'6 Anthony Morrow, who just made an official to Tech last weekend and 6'9 Ra'Sean Dickey in the near future. The Yellowjackets are also considered the heavy favorite for 6'11 center Randolph Morris from Fairburn, Georgia.
Some anaylsts believe a Dickey announcement for Georgia Tech would immediately take them out of the running with Johnson, which would seemingly send Johnson to Louisville at once.
No timetable for Telfair's announcement could be determined but he's expected by most to announce before November's signing period at a well publicized media event in New York.