Louisville head coach, Rick Pitino, has a lot to be happy about these days. He has one of the most experienced teams he has ever had and just completed his 2013 recruiting class with two monster commits this week.
Pitino has said several times that he plans on retiring with in the next four to five years, but the now 60 year old coach wants nothing more then to bring a National Championship to the city of Louisville, KY.
Last year the Cardinals went on an amazing run, winning the Big East Championship and making it to the Final Four.
Pitino has used Louisville's success to help him put together a strong 2013 class. Within the past week he has picked up two very talented players in point guard Chris Jones and power forward Akoy Agua.
The future Hall of Fame coach said earlier this week via RickPitino.com, “Recruiting is exciting and gratifying.”
According to ESPN.com, Louisville has the second-best recruiting class for 2013 so far.
Lets take a closer look at Louisville's 2013 class and see why Rick Pitino is so happy.
Jon Hancock is a contributor for Bleacher Report. Unless otherwise noted, all quotes were obtained firsthand.