With Monday’s announcement that Louisville has dismissed Chane Behanan from the program, here’s a look at where Rick Pitino’s six McDonald’s All-Americans have ended up during his time with the Cards:
Chane Behanan (Class of 2011): Dismissed from the program after two and a half seasons due to “a violation of university policy.”
Wayne Blackshear (Class of 2011): Averaging 9.8 points and 3.0 rebounds as a junior this season.
Peyton Siva (Class of 2009): Averaging 0.3 points and 0.6 assists as a rookie with the Detroit Pistons this season. He made his D-League debut Saturday night. Selected with the No. 56 pick in 2013 NBA Draft.
Samardo Samuels (Class of 2008): Left Louisville after two seasons but was not selected in the NBA Draft. Averaged 5.9 points in 109 NBA games. Currently playing for a team in Italy.
Earl Clark (Class of 2006): Averaging 6.2 points and 3.0 rebounds with the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. He has played 224 games with four different NBA teams since being selected with the No. 14 pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. Played three seasons at Louisville.
Carlos Hurt (Class of 2001): Dismissed from the program as a freshman after playing in 14 games. Finished his college career at Robert Morris (Ill.), an NAIA program. Played 11 games in the D-League during the 2005-06 season.