Louisville ’25 target Chris Cenac shows out at the Top 100 Camp

Chris Cenac, a centre with Link Academy, won MVP honours in the Top 100 Camp held in Orlando.

Chris Cenac, a four-star prospect in the Class of 2025, had a very significant week. The 6-foot-10, 230-pound Cenac made a great start to the week at the NBA Players Association Top 100 Camp at the Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Florida, where he performed in front of college coaches.

With a camp-high 11.4 rebounds per game, he averaged 18.6 points per game. While Cenac was voted the MVP by the camp, the 247Sports staff selected him as the “biggest riser.”

Since Pat Kelsey was appointed in late March, Cenac has been a target for the Louisville staff; last week, he received seven more offers, bringing his total to thirty. Arkansas, Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan, UCLA, Georgetown, and Michigan State were among the other schools that extended offers.

Following his announcement that he will play his senior year at Link Academy in Branson, Missouri, Cenac is currently in Colorado Springs, Colorado, attending USA Basketball tryouts for the U17 squad that will represent the country in the FIBA U17 World Cup.

Cenac expressed excitement for his outstanding performance this past week and mentioned that his adaptability helped him outperform the Top 100 camp competitors.

“I just try to show my versatility all of the time,” he stated. “Just demonstrate my ability to do everything: guard the one through the five, put the ball on the deck, shoot the three, take a player off the dribble, pot them up. They enjoy my ability to shoot the three and turn off the pick and roll.

“Like I said, they just my versatility and how I can do everything.”

When asked about his versatility, Cenac responded that he believed he could “do everything” on the court.

“I can shoot the ball, handle the ball,” he replied. “I can protect the first five. That seems to improve my game.

Cenac was “very thankful” that the other institutions jumped into his recruitment, as he had over two dozen offers as of last week.

Although he hopes to begin planning such trips shortly, Cenac stated he is open to new hires.

“I am currently in communication with every school across the nation,” Cenac stated to Cardinal Authority.

“I am just letting everything come to me and slim things down towards the end of the summer.” The New Orleans native has been attending Louisville for a few months now, and the institution has a relationship with him.

Former LSU assistant coach and current U of L assistant coach Ronnie Hamilton recruited him while he was employed in Baton Rouge.

Cenac competes on the Puma Pro16 circuit with the YGC36 AAU team. According to 247Sports, he is presently ranked No. 47 in the 2025 class.

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