Lincoln Park 2022 guard L.A. Pratt won’t be playing his college basketball at Duquesne.
After seeing Duquesne add a number of guards this off-season, this news doesn’t come as much of a surprise.
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Pratt told Pittsburgh Sports Now that since parting ways with Duquesne, several programs including Holy Cross, Princeton, Colgate, Ball State, Miami (Ohio), and more have been in contact. He plans to visit Colgate on April 30.
Pratt verbally committed to Duquesne in November but never signed his Letter of Intent. He also told PSN that he is considering reclassifying into the class of 2023, and that if he does that, he will once again consider Duquesne as an option.
The Dukes have added 2022 3-star guard Kareem Rozier, along with VCU transfer guard Tre Clark this off-season and are actively recruiting Miami, Ohio transfer guard Dae Dae Grant, Florida International transfer guard Tevin Brewer, Butler High School guard Devin Carney and Quaker Valley guard Adou Thiero.