I wouldn’t be surprised if the list has grown since the time you’re reading this, but as of Wednesday morning there are at least four graduate transfers receiving interest from Chris Mack’s staff.

The latest is Texas A&M Corpus-Christi transfer Ehab Amin.

The 6-foot-4 guard missed the entire 2017-18 season with a hip injury, but was a mid-major All-American in 2016-17, averaging 16.9 points and 6.6 rebounds per game. The Alexandria, Egypt native was the national leader in steals (3.4 per game) as a junior.

Jeff Goodman of ESPN reports that Louisville along with Florida state, Texas A&M, Iowa State, Arizona, Oklahoma state, Seton Hall, Nevada, BYU, Ohio State, Texas, Wichita State, NC State and West Virginia have all expressed interest.

I’d expect Amin to be one of the highly sought after grad-transfers on the market.

Joe Cremo (Albany), Zach Johnson (Florida Gulf Coast) and Mike Cunningham (USC-Upstate) are the other three that have heard from the Louisville staff.