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MONTREZL HARRELL RUMORS

Louisville's Montrezl Harrell says he'd love to play for football team

Had Montrezl Harrell not gone to the University of Louisville or another school to play college basketball, the power forward guesses he'd be on a football team somewhere instead. Even though Harrell is a projected lottery pick in next year's NBA draft having returned to U of L for his junior season, well, football coach Bobby Petrino should take a listen to what Harrell...
Via Pro Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Montrezl Harrell Says He’d Play A Defensive Possession For Bobby Petrino

Pete Cautilli – The Cardinal Connect Thanks to the folks at CardsTV, the Louisville Cardinal basketball junkies have gotten a small fix over the summer. In the past few weeks, UofL has uploaded brief interviews with a couple of the players to the CardsTV YouTube account. Earlier this month we heard from Wayne Blackshear and on Tuesday morning an interview with Montrezl Harrell...
Via The Cardinal Connect
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Sporting News Says Montrezl Harrell Is The Best Power Forward In The Country

Pete Cautilli – The Cardinal Connect Throughout the week the folks Sporting News have been releasing their College Basketball top ten position rankings for the upcoming season. First up was the point guards and shooting guards. Somewhat surprisingly Terry Rozier and Chris Jones weren’t mentioned. Jones was shaky during his first season with the program, but should have a lot...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Montrezl Harrell’s Return More Meaningful Than Any Other Player In The Country

Pete Cautilli – The Cardinal Connect Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t think most folks realize the significance of Montrezl Harrell returning for his junior season. Sure, most realize it will make the Cards significantly better, but Harrell would have likely been a top ten pick, and to be fair, he didn’t really need to return. That said, we’re all pretty excited that he’s...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Montrezl Harrell likes red, will stay at Louisville

Forgive University of Louisville basketball fans if they seem to be more than a little giddy today. Montrezl Harrell isn’t going anywhere, at least not for another year. The player UofL could least afford to lose, the one who took giant steps during his freshman year, the one who could be a dominant force in college basketball next season. The one who set the all-time season record...
Via Louisville Card Game
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville's Montrezl Harrell says he'll be back

Perhaps no player in college basketball improved as much from his freshman season to his sophomore campaign as Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell. Harrell, who was largely a role player on UL’s 2013 title team, boosted his scoring average to 14 points per game and his rebounding average to over eight rebounds per contest this past season, becoming one of the biggest mismatches in...
Via College Spun
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Report Of Montrezl Harrell Turning Pro Is Premature According To His Father

Pete Cautilli – The Cardinal Connect Only 16 teams are left from the field of 68 that was assembled last Sunday. Within the past 48 hours we’ve seen countless reports of players transferring or going pro and head coaches losing their jobs. Heading into the 2013-14 season, most expected that sophomore forward Montrezl Harrell would declare for the 2014 NBA Draft. Harrell has been...
Via The Cardinal Connect
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell throws down one-handed reverse-alley oop dunk

    Montrezly Harrell is a big man (6’8”, 235) with some major ups as you can tell from the above GIF. Louisville pulled out the 84-71 victory over SMU in a matchup of two top 25 teams.  Watch out for Louisville again come tournament time. Getting hot at the right time. [SB Nation] The post Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell throws down one-handed reverse-alley oop dunk appeared...
Via Diehardsport
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Harrell is an inside force for No. 7 Louisville

Montrezl Harrell describes his sophomore season as a step in a process. The journey has been a success thus far based on the dominant performances he has already posted for No. 7 Louisville. While Harrell figured to build on his promising freshman season, what he has done so for the Cardinals (23-4, 12-2 American Athletic Conference) has been impressive. The 6-foot-8 power forward...
Via AP on Fox
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell catches monster alley-oop from Peyton Siva

Tweet   Louisville Cardinals freshman Montrezl Harrell came off the bench and made the only shot he attempted in the first half of Monday’s NCAA men’s basketball national championship game versus Michigan. And an impressive one it was indeed.   Real-time highlight: @uoflsports takes its first lead of the night on a huge alley-oop dunk! [...]
Via Los That Sports Blog
April 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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