He has no favorites and says that there are other programs recruiting him as well. "No, not right now, I'm just at a crossroads, I don't know," said Ledo of whether he has any favorites.
Ledo spent last year at St. Andrew's, which is in his home state of Rhode Island. In fact, not only is Ledo from the Ocean State, he is from Providence, only three to five minutes from the college.
"I know a lot about the school. I grew up around it," Ledo said. "I like that I could be close to home [and there is] . . . pretty much a good chance of me starting if I go there."
He has been to the campus many times considering its location. "I just go up there to play sometimes, so I've been there a lot," Ledo said.
Pat Skerry had been the lead recruiter from Providence on Ledo's trail, but with him gone, Rodell Davis has taken over. Ledo has also spoken with Head Coach Keno Davis on some of his trips to campus.
"I'm gonna try to make my decision probably by the end of August," Mack said of his commitment timetable.
Although Mack has no favorites right now, he lists Miami, Rutgers, Seton Hall, DePaul, Marquette, and Virginia as the schools coming after him the hardest.
Where do things stand with Providence? "I haven't really talked to them in a while," he said. "Before it was Pat Skerry [who was recruiting me], but I don't remember the name [of the coach recruiting me now]."
As far as contact with Keno Davis goes, Mack said, "I've spoken with him two times, but it wasn't too recent."
Mack grew up a Florida fan, but said that he "really likes the Big East or ACC" now. He even said that he is "probably gonna play in either one of those two" conferences, though he has no preference between them.
Davis was at St. Peter's Prep (NJ) for his sophomore and junior years, but it does not seem that he will be back there. He said will likely transfer for his senior year—Montrose Christian (MD), Brewster Academy (NH), and Notre Dame Prep (MA) are the options—and possibly reclassify.
Davis lists offers from Villanova, Pitt, Virginia, St. Joseph's, and George Mason as well as interest from Georgetown. Asked if he has any favorites, Davis replied, "No, I like all of them a lot."
As with Mack, things have fallen off between PC and Davis since Pat Skerry left, but to an even greater extent.
"Coach Skerry left so I haven't heard from them ever since he left. I just don't talk about them like that, haven't been thinking about them," Davis said.
On whether or not there is a chance that the Friars could get back in the mix to land him, Davis said, "No, it's too late for that."
As for whether he was ever interested in Providence, Davis remarked, "I was interested in every school, but when they stopped [recruiting me and] I haven't heard from them, that's when I [moved on]."
Providence seems to be in good shape with Ricardo Ledo, especially considering he is from the same city the school is in. With Myles Mack and Myles Davis, though, it looks to be a different story.