University of Louisville basketball coach spent the weekend at the All In Hoopfest watching Trinity High School 2019 guard David Johnson, a player the Cardinals have already offered a scholarship. But Pitino also found another player he wants at the event. Cleveland, Ohio, 2019 forward Alonzo Gaffney impressed Pitino on Friday night with a 28-point, 11-rebound and six-block effort and then assistant coach Kenny Johnson watched Gafney with his Ohio Basketball Club twice on Sunday.
Alamo, Tenn., Crockett County prospect Jordan Branch plays on both sides of the ball for Crockett County, but is being targeted as a defensive lineman by Louisville. The three-star recruit made the four-hour trip to Louisville for a visit on Friday night and was on-hand to observe the program's annual Light Up the Ville camp at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. "It was a pretty good visit," he told Cardinal Authority. "I was able to watch coach L.D. Scott work with the defensive line.
The 5-foot-9, 165-pound speedster said he is talking to every Division I school in the state of Texas and to schools all over the country, hoping to land a Division I offer at some point in the near future. Henderson was one of the most impressive performers at the University of Louisville's Light Up The Ville Camp on Friday night. He made a ton of catches down the field and none of the defensive backs could stay with him because of his speed and precise routes.
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