With hundreds of the nation's top AAU teams and prospects on hand, the 2004 TOC promises to be a recruiting extravaganza once again as several of the University of Louisville's most promising prospects will be on hand.
Played on the campuses of the University of North Carolina, N.C. State and Duke University, and several local high schools in the "Triangle Area," the TOC, along with the Nike Memorial Day Classic in New Orleans, is the premier tournament of the holiday weekend.
With prospects like 6'8 Chad Millard, 6'10 Richard Semrau (2006), 6'5 Marques Johnson (2006), 5'10 Byron Eaton, 6'7 Brandon Rush, 6' Tony Freeman, 6'3 Eric Devendorf, 6'6 Marcus Johnson, 6'5 twins Reginald Delk and Richard Delk, 6'4 O.J. Mayo (2007), 6'7 Martez Walker (2008) and 6'3 Nolan Smith (2007), there will be no shortage of prospects of interest to Louisville fans. Also, 7'1 U of L commit Clarence Holloway is expected to make his return to the court this weekend after a two month lay-off to rehab an injured wrist.
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