Tchiengang, a four-star prospect, saw Louisville defeat Seton Hall, 86-71, to clinch the No. 2 seed in this weeks Big East Tournament in New York.
With two Top 100 verbal commitments from the Class of 2008 (SG Melquan Bolding and C Jeff Withey), Louisville coach Rick Pitino hopes to land one of the nation's top-ranked 2008 recruiting classes. Tchiengang, a versatile forward from Cameroon, could help Pitino reach his stated goal.
"I feel like my work ethic stands out," Tchiengang told Scout.com last month. "I'm full of desire to be the best with hard work. That's what I've been doing. I never stop working. When I'm not playing, I'm working out. I'm always trying to improve. I just feel like I have a passion and desire to improve."
"I want to go somewhere that I can play right away," said Tchiengang. "But I know it's not given. I have to earn it and I'm willing to put the work in."