Price picks Louisville

The top junior in the state of Ohio is off the board, and he is headed outside of the state. Four star center Zach Price made a recent unofficial visit to Louisville, and he didn't wait long to pull the trigger and become a Cardinal.
One of the top performers at this June's Nike Hoop Jamboree was Price. At 6-foot-8 and 222 pounds with over a 7-foot wing span, Price showed an ability to score with his back-to-the basket and also be a force on the defensive end.
That led to scholarship offers from schools such as Ohio State, Michigan State, Louisville, Wake Forest, and many others, but in the end Louisville was the spot for him.

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"I committed to Louisville tonight," said Price in a message to Rivals.com.
According to Price it was his comfort with the school that made all the difference to him.
"The school from the beginning felt like home to me," said Price.
He continued, "I can't wait to officially become a Cardinal."
Currently Price is seen as the number 66 player in the country, and the number nine center. He joins Indianapolis natives Michael Chandler and Ryan Taylor as commitments for Louisville in their 2011 class.