Louisville Basketball Recruits Go Off

Wednesday night was a huge one for four future Louisville Cardinals.

Louisville's basketball commitments have certainly done nothing so far this season to make Cardinal fans anything less than ecstatic about their eventual arrival on campus.

Chris Jones and Anton Gill have each scored more than 50 points in a game, Terry Rozier was named BallisLife's national Player of the Month for November, Quentin Snider went toe-to-toe with the best guards in the country and wound up being the game's leading scorer, Akoy Agau has dunked on everyone in Nebraska; it's been awfully fun to follow.

Wednesday night was business as usual for the commits. A quick summary:

Anton Gill - Hit nine treys and scored 41 points. He's now scored 97 total points in his past two games.

Terry Rozier - Not to be outdone, Gill's teammate and roommate recorded a triple double with 16 points, 13 assists, 12 rebounds.

Quentin Snider - The Ballard junior notched 31 points, four rebounds and four assists in a King of the Bluegrass win over Butler.

Akoy Agau - Was limited by foul trouble,but still posted 13 and 7 while going up against fellow elite recruit Jordan Bell in the City of Palms Tournament. The local newspaper in Naples also did a nice feature on him.

And if you're looking to see Gill and Rozier in non-highlight video form, check out Hargrave's full game against New Hampton from earlier this season:



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