Jordan Nwora’s NBA draft decision is getting the bulk of the attention, but he’s not the only whose status with the Louisville basketball program remains uncertain.
Enoch didn’t get an invite to the NBA draft combine or the G-League combine, which is a strong sign that he’s likely to go undrafted if he keeps his name in.
Despite not getting to showcase his talent at either combine, Enoch is getting a chance to show what he has to offer in private workouts with various NBA teams. The Connecticut native is believed to have worked out for Atlanta, Oklahoma City, Los Angels (Clippers) and Boston.
Although Enoch isn’t to get the feedback he’s looking for that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a lock that he’ll return. Enoch would be a fifth year senior and is set to graduate before next season begins. He may simply be ready to move on from the college game.
“Steven has worked out for a lot of teams individually, in small groups and I think he’s gotten feedback, so we’ll see what happens with Steven,” Chris Mack tells Kent Taylor of WAVE3.
“My inkling is that he’s going to return, but I don’t want to put words in his mouth. I think he’s going through the process to figure out what he has to do to be an NBA player, if that’s possible. Jordan is at the combine. I think there’s a lot of misinformation out there, that he chose not to participate in a lot of the five on five, but he had a small injury which prevented him from going out there and doing what he wanted to do, but hopefully that injury after this week or the next will be a thing of the past and he’ll be able to work out individually with teams like Steven is right now.”
Enoch has until May 29 to make a decision.<