Kaleb Glenn, a 6-foot-6 four-star small forward has committed to Louisville basketball for the class of 2023, he tells On3.
Glenn gives Louisville their first commitment of the class.
Glenn, a native of Louisville, plays for Louisville Male School and is also the no. 1 ranked prospect in the state of Kentucky for the class of 2023. Kaleb Glenn chose the Cardinals ultimately over Tennessee, Indiana, and Texas A&M. He also received offers from Ohio State, South Carolina, Arizona State, Wake Forest, among others.
Kaleb Glenn on why he chose Louisville
“It just felt right,” Glenn said. “I felt in my heart that I needed to be there. I have a great relationship with Coach (Chris) Mack and the staff, and the players too. The new system they have, with the NBA style… I think I’ll fit in perfectly. I’ll be able to play my game. Anybody can bring the ball up the court… it’s fast-paced. That’s what I thrive in. Plus, they’ve been showing love from the jump, and have always rocked with me.”
Who will Glenn recruit to Louisville?
“First, I’m gonna help get Rodney Rice for 2022,” Glenn said. “But for my class, I wanna bring in Dusty Stromer and Jared McCain. I was on my official visit with them and I like those guys a lot. I’m also gonna try for Xavier Booker, and Jeremy Fears too.”