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Amile Jefferson Hopes To Choose School Next Week

Amile Jefferson hopes to make his final decision by next week.

“It’s been tough,” Jefferson said. “We’re trying to set a date now. Hopefully by next week, I can finally make a decision…I need that comfort level, when I just know.”

Jefferson is considering Kentucky, Duke, Ohio State, North Carolina State and Villanova.

Via DukeBasketballReport.com

C.J. Leslie Returning To N.C. State For Junior Season

C.J. Leslie announced his plan to return to North Carolina State for his junior season.

Leslie submitted his name to the NBA's undergraduate advisory committee to receive feedback on his draft stock. But after further consideration, he dismissed the committee’s response.

“I never even read that letter,” Leslie said. “I know it sounds pretty bad. But I kind of knew, I had an idea. I talked to a couple people. It would have been a good situation if I left. But I felt like this was the best decision for me, to come back and finish what I started.”

Via Charlotte Observer

C.J. Leslie Near Decision On Draft

C.J. Leslie plans to decide whether to enter the draft sometime later this week.

“I’m not stressing about it," Leslie said. "Whatever I decide to do is going to be whatever I decide to do. I’m letting it play it out and just go from there.”

N.C. State coach Mark Gottfried said he talked with between 15 and 20 NBA teams to get information on Leslie’s behalf.

“There’s a chance he could be in the first round, but there’s a chance maybe he wouldn’t,” Gottfried said.

Via Charlotte Observer

C.J. Leslie Waiting For Report From NBA Draft Advisory Committee

C.J. Leslie is waiting for confirmation from the NBA advisory committee that he’ll be a first round pick.

The NBA is required to provide a response by Friday.

Lisa Leslie, the N.C. State star forward’s mother, said Tuesday the pressure to make the right decision is tremendous.

“You only have a short window, so you really have to stay on it,” Lisa Leslie said. “You have to investigate, get as much research as you can and then make your decision.”

The NCAA draft deadline is next Tuesday, April 10.

Via News & Observer
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