Four-star Louisville commit Donovan Mitchell might've invented a new five-point play. While messing around in practice, he sunk a three-pointer... and then surged to rebound it and throw down a windmull dunk in one motion.

By Extra Mustard
May 10, 2015

Four-star Louisville commit Donovan Mitchell might've invented a new five-point play. While messing around in practice, he sunk a three-pointer... and then surged to rebound it and throw down a windmull dunk in one motion.

The play was enticing for Louisville fans, who are excited to see what the 6'2", 180 guard from New Milford, Conn. (Breweter Academy) will bring to Rick Pitino's squad. Rivals.com ranked Mitchell as the nation's No. 31 player in the class of 2015.

Mitchell joins a four-player class of 2015 for Louisville that also includes three-star recruits in small forward Deng Adel and power forward Raymond Spalding.

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