Found September 30, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
247Sports.com The Seattle pipeline has been good to Rick Pitino over the years. Terrence Williams is still the most talented player to play under Pitino at Louisville, in my opinion. Peyton Siva is arguably one of the best point guards in school history and lead Louisville to their first national title in 27 years. Emerald City native Shaqquan Aaron could be the next Louisville star. Aaron, a 6-foot-8 swingman has been committed to Louisville since February and had a huge summer on the AAU circuit. In August, Aaron shot up to No. 14 in the country in the 247Sports.com rankings for the 2014 class. I’m not just saying this because the other two have since decommitted, but of Aaron, Lyle and Snider, I think Aaron has the most upside. Don’t believe me, watch for yourself. These updated highlights were uploaded over the weekend.
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