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UConn Sophomore Transfer Steven Enoch Commits To Louisville

UConn sophomore forward Steven Enoch is transferring to Louisville.

According to ESPN's Jeff Goodman, UConn sophomore forward Steven Enoch has verbally committed to Louisville as his transfer location for the upcoming season.

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Due to NCAA rules, Enoch will not be eligible to play next season, but he will still enroll at Louisville this summer.

The 6-foot-11, 258-pound forward will likely play a pivotal role in the Cardinals' offense in 2018, as Rick Pitino has a history of utilizing and developing big men in his offensive schemes.

As a freshman, Enoch played sparsely, averaging 6.9 minutes a game, and while his minutes nearly doubled this past season, he was never really able to find his footing as a UConn player. He averaged 3.4 points and 2.3 rebounds during his 2016-2017 campaign. He also sat out four games in January due to a foot injury.

Minnesota, Seton Hall, Northeastern andd Rutgers also had interest in acquiring Enoch when he made his intent to transfer public, but ultimately Louisville won out over the other schools.

Enoch will be eligible to play in 2018. He was a top 100, four-star recruit coming out of high school.