Tucker leaves Louisville, heads to Cincinnati

Darquavis Tucker left Louisville Friday afternoon after making an unofficial visit to Rick Pitino's program. But instead of driving back home to Michigan, Tucker, along with friend and AAU teammate Anthony Crater, headed north up I-71 for a visit with Louisville's Big East rival, Cincinnati. InsideTheVille.com has the latest . . .

Darquavis Tucker, the No. 38 prospect nationally in the Class of 2007, left Louisville Friday afternoon after making an unofficial visit to Rick Pitino's program.

Tucker spent Thursday and half a day Friday in Louisville, leaving town around 1 p.m. While in Louisville, Tucker toured the U of L campus and facilities, hung out with the Cardinals coaches and players, and played pick up basketball in the Cardinals practice arena.

However, instead of heading directly back to Michigan after leaving Louisville, Tucker, along with friend and AAU teammate Anthony Crater, headed north up I-71 to make an unofficial visit to Mick Cronin's Cincinnati program.

According to Crater's coach, Carlos Fordham, the two planned to visit Cincinnati Friday before driving back to Michigan Saturday morning.

Attempts to reach Tucker after he left Louisville Friday afternoon were unsuccessful.

According to Fordham, Tucker hadn't reached a college decision while in Louisville.

Stay tuned to InsideTheVille.com for updates on Tucker's visits to both Louisville and Cincinnati.


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