Basketball Visitor Update

Louisville's talented basketball visitors - Quincy Miller, Chane Behanan, Deuce Bello, Zach Price and Josiah Turner - were all on campus Saturday. Four of the five attended Saturday's football game and InsideTheVille.com has the latest on their visit.

Louisville's talented basketball visitors appeared to enjoy themselves Saturday afternoon at the UofL-UK football game at PJCS.

Before the game, Quincy Miller, Chane Behanan, Deuce Bello and Zach Price all hung out in the north end zone taking photos together and flashing the ‘L" sign to the crowd and for photographers.

Josiah Turner, the five-star point guard from California, did not attend the football game due to an illness. He is in Louisville on an official visit with his mother but reportedly sat the game out with a stomach issue.


Cards hosted several talented b-ball prospects Saturday.
The recruits were escorted around the field prior to kickoff by assistants Tim Fuller and Steve Masiello, director of basketball operations Mark Lieberman and former point guard Andre McGee. Current player Chris Smith, and NBA brother J.R. Smith were also on the field with the visiting recruits.

According to sources, the group toured the new downtown arena Friday, and played pickup Saturday morning at the Yum Center with several current Louisville players. The group also attended a tailgate party north of the stadium prior to kickoff.

Sources told InsideTheVille.com that visits were "going well," and that the recruits were having a good time on campus. As of Saturday evening, there were no commitments to report, though there are "rumblings" something could be in the works this weekend.

An interesting aside, Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari made an appearance on the field before kickoff when Louisville's basketball visitors were also on the field. Several UofL recruits, including Miller and Behanan, were photographed giving the "L" sign with Calipari in view.

Stay tuned to InsideTheVille.com for updates on Louisville's talented basketball visitors.


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