Kaleb Glenn still has another summer to ball with Bradley Beal Elite in 2022, but the number one prospect out of the state of Kentucky for the Class of 2023 didn’t want to waste any more time announcing that he will remain in his hometown and play for the Louisville Cardinals.
100000% COMMITTED! WE STAYING HOME🐔❤️🖤‼️ Let’s get it Card Nation! pic.twitter.com/Vi6h2BecI4
— 𝓚𝓪𝓵𝓮𝓫 𝓖𝓵𝓮𝓷𝓷☝🏽 (@ka1ebglenn) September 24, 2021
A star for BBE 16U this past summer, Kaleb attends Louisville Male High School and had a long list of suitors, including Indiana, Texas A&M, Ohio State and Tennessee.
But ultimately when his hometown school with its rich tradition came calling, the decision wasn’t difficult.
“It just felt right,”he told on3.com’s Joe Tipton. “I felt in my heart that I needed to be there. I have a great relationship with Coach [Chris] Mack and the staff, and the players too. The new system they have, with the NBA style…I think I’ll fit in perfectly. I’ll be able to play my game. Anybody can bring the ball up the court. It’s fast-paced. That’s what I thrive in. Plus, they’ve been showing love from the jump, and have always rocked with me.”