Posted April 10, 2013 on providence.scout.com
PLAYERS: Ricky Ledo
TEAMS: Providence Friars
Reports indicated that Ricky Ledo would meet with head coach Ed Cooley upon Cooley’s arrival back in Providence on Tuesday after the Final Four. It didn’t take long for word to leak out that Ledo had decided to enter the NBA draft and forego next season with the Friars.
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