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Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinals lost some excellent seniors, but still have a lot of experience coming in for the 2014-15 season. They will also have six freshman coming in for their first year in the ACC. 

There is a lot of unknowns when it comes to the foreign players, but there is a lot of length and athleticism in Louisville’s 2014 class. Let’s see where the Cards incoming class compares to the rest of the country.

 

247Sports.com

Ranked 9th best class in the country with four 4-stars and two 3-stars.

Shaqquan Aaron ranked 27th in class, ninth-best SG.

Quentin Snider ranked 38th in class, sixth-best PG.

Chinanu Onuaku ranked 68th in class, eighth-best center.

Jaylen Johnson ranked 86th in class, 16th-best PF.

Anas Osama Mahmoud ranked 168th in class, 14th-best center.

Matz Stockman ranked 198th in class, 50th-best PF.

 

Rivals.com

Shaqquan Aaron ranked 30th in class.

Quentin Snider ranked 33rd in class.

Chinanu Onuaku ranked 74th in class.

Jaylen Johnson ranked 54th in class.

Anas Osama Mahmoud is not ranked.

Matz Stockman is not ranked.

 

Scout.com

Shaqquan Aaron ranked 11th-best SF in class.

Quentin Snider ranked the 7th-best PG in class.

Chinanu Onuaku ranked the 9th-best center in class.

Jaylen Johnson ranked the 14th-best PF in class

Anas Osama Mahmoud is not ranked.

Matz Stockman is not ranked.

 

ESPN.com

Ranked the 4th-best class in the nation.

Shaqquan Aaron ranked 33rd in class, 10th-best SF.

Quentin Snider ranked 40th in class, fifth-best PG.

Chinanu Onuaku ranked 75th in class, 9th-best center.

Jaylen Johnson ranked 24th-best PF in class.

Anas Osama Mahmoud ranked the 99th in class, 12-best center.

Matz Stockman ranked the 19th-best center.

 

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