Michigan replaces Louisville in Quentin Goodin’s top 4

If you are a highly talented basketball player in the state of Kentucky, you will most likely consider either Louisville or Kentucky in your decision on where to play at the next level. However, that will no longer be the case for Campbellsville, KY point-guard Quentin Goodin.

Zach Greenwell of the Bowling Green Daily News confirmed with Quentin’s dad earlier in the week.

Quentin Goodin's father confirms that Louisville is out of his son's final five, Michigan is in. #WKU, Miami, Xavier and Florida also in mix

— Zach Greenwell (@zach_greenwell) July 3, 2015

Chris Goodin said Quentin/family looking at academics, style of play, coaches helping him grow & "where he's wanted and where he's needed."

— Zach Greenwell (@zach_greenwell) July 3, 2015

Quentin’s father went into more detail with the Bowling Green Daily News about leaving Louisville out of the recruitment process.

“We’ve been in and out about our feelings about Louisville for a long time,” Chris Goodin said. “Everybody automatically assumed he was going to go there because, openly, I’m a fan. I’ve been a fan of Louisville basketball since I was a young kid. I hadn’t hid that from anyone, so everyone expected him to just go to Louisville for that reason. But the thing is, like I said before, you’ve got to go where you’re wanted and needed, and we’ve based our school decisions on that.”

The elder Goodin had some interesting comments about going to school where his son felt wanted and needed. Maybe Mr. Pitino is loosing a step or two as he gets older.

Quentin would like to make his decision before the upcoming high school season begins.

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