Report: Louisville ’23 Commits Kaleb Glenn, Curtis Williams Jr. Sign Letters of Intent
The Louisville men’s basketball programs for the upcoming 2023 is now officially in the fold!
La Porte (Ind.) La Lumiere small forward Kaleb Glenn and Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) Brother Rice small forward Curtis Williams Jr. has finally signed their letters for the national team to play for the upcoming match.
On Wednesday, both teams signed to move forward with the game. According to Rivals‘ Travis Graf, the team has prepared well for the upcoming match, marking the people excited.
According to 247Sports, the duo are the only hope for the team and there might be something big on the way. “When I met (Payne) the first time, he was like, ‘we’re family.’ I’m gonna help you get to where you want to be,” Glenn told Louisville Report back in May. “That’s what he’s been preaching the whole time.”
Before transferring to La Lumiere this past summer, Glenn spent the first three years of his high school career in the city of Louisville at Male High School. He is one of the top players of the team, making his passion more challenging for the team. . According to the 247Sports Composite, he ranks as the No. 14 small forward in the nation and No. 65 prospect in the Class of 2023.
The duo has marked amazing success in the upcoming team games and while their game has stopped and affected because of the global pandemic and the team has to go through the covid-19 situation, it didn’t stop their match.