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Prime Prep PG Emmanuel Mudiay, a 5-star recruit, says he'll return to the charter school next season
Prime Prep point guard Emmanuel Mudiay will return to Prime Prep for the 2013-14 basketball season, he wrote on his USA Today blog Monday.
ESPN reported earlier this month that former Prime Prep basketball players Jordan Mickey (LSU) and Karviar Shepherd (TCU) had been ruled ineligible by the NCAA because of academic issues at the charter school.
Here's what Mudiay wrote on his blog:
"Oh and I want everyone to know that everything is good with Prime Prep too. We've met about everything and everything is cleared up so everything is fine academically. I guess there's some source saying things, but we're fine with the NCAA.
"Trust me, my boys Jordan (Mickey) and Karviar (Shepherd) will be fine to play next season. You'll see.
"So, yes, I will definitely be returning to Prime Prep next season and everything's fine academically there. We're gonna do everything we can to win the national title next season. And we'll still have some big time talent coming. Stay tuned."
Mudiay, a 6-5, 197-pound senior, is rated No. 3 in the Class of 2014 by Rivals.