New Louisville Cardinals coach Chris Mack continues to aggressively attack the graduate transfer market in an effort to round out his first roster, and his latest target comes from an ACC rival.
Keyshawn Woods averaged 11.9 points per game off the bench for Wake Forest last season and has announced his intentions to use his final season of eligibility elsewhere after graduating in the spring. According to a report from Jody Demling of 247Sports, Mack is scheduled to meet with Woods on Monday.
In two seasons at Wake Forest and then one season at UNC-Charlotte prior to that, Woods has averaged 10.4 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game while shooting an impressive 42.5 percent from beyond the 3-point line. The 6-foot-3 guard is the latest graduate transfer backcourt player contacted by Louisville.
On Friday, Mack visited Fordham guard Joseph Chartouny. After meeting with Woods on Monday, Louisville will also host Florida Gulf Coast guard Zach Johnson, and then Mike Cunningham of USC-Upstate will visit later in the week.
Mack has expressed a desire to take at least two graduate transfers in the Class of 2018. He currently has four open scholarship spots after Deng Adel and Ray Spalding declared for the 2018 NBA Draft, so he could take as many as four.