"We talked with Coach Pitino and it went well," said Ware’s stepfather, Wesley Junior. "He let Kevin know how he thought he could improve his game and what it would be like to play for Louisville, stuff like that. Coach Pitino think he has the potential be a really good player in college, and he’d like it to be at Louisville. Kevin really liked what he heard."
Ware had said previously that Louisville was his frontunner, but both UGA and Central Florida have made major strides within the last week. South Carolina also may be jumping into the sweepstakes with a scholarship offer as early as Monday, while UCLA has expressed some interest.