UConn transfer visits Louisville

Jacob Lane, Staff Writer
Cardinal Sports
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Former UConn big man Steven Enoch visited Louisville and Coach Pitino over the weekend. The visit was first reported by ESPN.

While the 6-foot-11 forward/center would have to sit out this upcoming season if he were to commit to Louisville, he would have two years of eligibility remaining and could be a nice piece for the coaching staff moving forward.

A former four-star recruit who picked UConn over the likes of Memphis, Arizona State, Creighton and Kansas State, Enoch played a very limited role during his first two seasons. The 260-pound forward/center averaging just north of 3 points and 2 rebounds, but, to be fair, he sat behind four-year starter Amida Brimah.

There is currently a scholarship available for this upcoming season after junior big man Matz Stockman decided to transfer to Minnesota a few weeks back.

Louisville has some depth on the roster with big men Anas Mahmoud (Senior), Jaylen Johnson (Senior), junior Ray Spalding and incoming freshmen Malik Williams and Lance Thomas, but the Cardinals could use some depth for the 2018 season.

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