Quincy Miller "feeling" Louisville again

Indianapolis-- Five-star forward Quincy Miller visited Louisville last season before the Cardinals seemingly fell off his list. Now, at the adidas Invitational, Miller tells InsideTheVille.com that he's "feeling" the Cardinals again.

Louisville is back in the running for five-star 2011 prospect Quincy Miller.

Miller, the nation's top-ranked power forward, visited Louisville for the final game in Freedom Hall, then seemingly fell off his list.

Now, since Rick Pitino announced the hiring of Tim Fuller, Miller has renewed interest in the Cardinals.

"I'm definitely feeling Louisville," Miller told InsideTheVille.com at the adidas Invitational Tuesday morning. "They're a good school and they're definitely on the come up."

Kentucky and Duke have been the primary schools mentioned with Miller. Louisville should now be added to the list, along with Syracuse and Ohio State.

"Tim Fuller is a great guy," Miller said of the Cards new assistant coach. "Louisville has a lot of great recruits coming in, especially Wayne Blackshear, who is probably one of the best players. Their facilities are nice and they have a great coach. He will get you ready for the NBA. So I think they have a good program."

Fuller has Louisville back in the mix with Miller.

"I definitely keep in touch with Coach Fuller," Miller said. "He wants to held me develop and become a good player and that's what I want to do."

While Louisville is back in the running, Miller isn't planning to make a decision this summer.

"I'm not going to make a decision this summer," Miller said. "I'm looking to see how comfortable I am with the school, coaching, the type of players that are playing around me, the type of system and the fan base. "

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