Louisville sophomore Terry Rozier, who played all 45 minutes of the Cardinals' Elite Eight loss to Michigan State on Sunday, was easily one of the most improved players in the nation this past year. Rozier averaged 17.1 points per game and 5.6 rebounds per contest, leading his team on a surprising run in the NCAA Tournament when many left the squad for dead just a month ago. Rozier didn't have his best game against the Spartans, shooting just 6-of-23 for 13 points, but there's no doubt that he's still a fan favorite amongst the Cardinals faithful.
While it's unclear as to whether Rozier will return for another season in Louisville, it is clear that he's thankful for all of the fan support he's gotten the past two years. He took to Instagram early Monday morning to post a message to U of L supporters.
If both Rozier and Montrezl Harrell both decide to turn pro, Louisville is going to need to reload quickly. Luckily, they have the 11th ranked (according to ESPN) recruiting class coming in for 2015.