Found September 16, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
If Louisville wasn’t already the leader for junior college point guard Chris Jones, they are now without a doubt on the top of his list. Jones arrived in Louisville for an official visit on Thursday evening and stayed until Sunday afternoon. I briefly caught up with Jones yesterday afternoon prior to the Cardinal football game while he was tailgating with the Louisville team and coaching staff. The majority of the team was in attendance yesterday for the game to be honored at half-time for their 2012 Final Four appearance. When asked about his weekend visit to Louisville, Jones called it, “the best one so far. “Everyone will see probably tomorrow.” Jones has already visited Baylor and has visits scheduled for Florida State on Sept. 21 and Kansas on Oct. 12, but he may not go through with those visits after all. I’ll be shocked if Rick Pitino doesn’t get a verbal commitment from Jones first thing tomorrow. I’m not saying it’s a guarantee, but from what I’m hearing Jones may have act...
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