One of many early tasks for Chris Mack once being hired at Louisville was to re-recruit the current roster.
Establishing relationships with the current players and their families as well as laying out the plan for how they’ll be utilized by the new staff was likely one of the first priorities for Mack.
Not to overreact to what college kids share on social media, but a Tweet from Stephen Enoch and a Instagram post from V.J. King seemingly indicate that Chris Mack won’t lose any players to transfer.
Been saying this forever but I can’t wait for next seasongonna be one to watch without a doubt. Couldn’t have asked for a better group of bros to strive through this past year as well as the one we have ahead of us#L1C4 pic.twitter.com/hfcwTMku5A
— Steven Enoch (@_se13) April 9, 2018
Deng Adel is missing from the team photo that Enoch posted and is believed to be back in Florida working out. He’s yet to hire and agent, but most expect Adel to turn pro.
Losing Snider, Mahmoud, Spalding and Adel means four of last year’s top contributors will be gone, therefore big voids need to be filled. With that said, getting guys like Enoch, Perry, Nwora, King and Williams back will make life a little easier for Chris Mack in year number one.<