On Sunday morning, Chris Mack and the Louisville Cardinals gained an excellent 3-point shooting guard via the transfer portal. Noah Locke, who is from the University of Florida, committed to the Cardinals over UConn, Oregon, Indiana, and others. Noah comes to the Cardinals averaging over ten points per game and over 40% from 3 point range. He will have 2 years of eligibility left.
— Noah (@_NoahLocke) April 11, 2021
Perimeter shooting was one of the biggest weaknesses for #Louisville last season.
Florida transfer Noah Locke (@_NoahLocke) shot 40.4% from 3PT on 5.6 attempts per game while averaging 10.6 PPG.
Sign me up
— Dalton Pence (@dpence_) April 5, 2021
— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) April 11, 2021
Florida transfer Noah Locke (10.6 ppg) announces he is headed to Louisville. One of best shooters in country. Cardinals have really upgraded their ability to shoot it with addition of Locke, Miami transfer Matt Cross and Marshall transfer Jarrod West.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) April 11, 2021
Yum Center open for business! L’s Up!!
🔥🔒🔒🔒🔥. Lets Go Cards!! pic.twitter.com/oG5bhHwkJ1
— Chris Mack (@CoachChrisMack) April 11, 2021
Not ready to confirm anything yet, but sounds like some really, really good news could be coming for Louisville basketball in the next week👀
— Dalton Pence (@dpence_) April 8, 2021