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August 14, 2012 Terrence Payne
It was Ed Cooley's job to rebuild Providence College. In his first season as the head coach, Cooley secured two top guards in the 2012 class: Kris Dunn and Ricky Ledo.
Yet, with the fall semester on the horizon, Ledo is unsure if he will put on a PC uniform at all this season. This week GoLocalProv.com and RantSports.com both reported that a decision could be made sooner rather than later, maybe even this week.
Nothing has come from the NCAA about when the final verdict will be made.
Daniel Martin, a contributor to NBC's College Basketball Talk, tweeted Tuesday afternoon that the NCAA's decision is still "pending" and sources say that "things are still positive."
The 6-foot-6 Ledo, ranked as one of the top wings in the class, hurt himself with his travels during his high school career. In four years, the Providence native was enrolled in four different schools, most recently South Kent in Connecticut.
Scott Cordischi reported that Ledo has been seen playing at CCRI with some of the team's players this summer. If Ledo recieves an unfavorable decision from the NCAA, junior college could be another route.
With Dunn out for five months with a shoulder injury and Ledo's eligibility status still up in the air, Cooley's promising inagural class could take a while to see the Dunkin' Donuts Center floor.
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