Everywhere Ricardo Ledo has gone during his high school career, he's proven to be a very productive and talented player. But, there have also been questions about his attitude and he's bounced around a bit.
His current school, South Kent (Conn.) Prep, is his third stop and Ledo hopes that it's his final one as he looks to quiet any concerns about him or his game.
"I think I'm adapting pretty good," Ledo told Rivals.com. "I've got good teammates and a good coach around me and they've helped to make the transition easy."
A high scoring 6-foot-5 shooting guard with plenty of athleticism and deep range, Ledo is the full package on the offensive end. He can create off the dribble, finishes at the rim and has a wide array of mid-range scoring finishes at his disposal.
"My strengths are driving the ball and shooting the ball," said Ledo. "I'm working on getting my teammates involved more."
Ranked seventh overall in the class of 2012, the five-star shooting guard isn't suffering for a lack of attention.
"Recruiting is going good, I don't even know where to begin with it," said Ledo. "I've got Kentucky, Florida, Texas, Villanova, Syracuse, Kansas, Providence, Rhode Island. A whole bunch of others. I'm really just starting to take it all in."
According to Ledo, he'd like to take visits to both Kentucky and Louisville this winter but he's got to find dates that work. In the meantime, he's working on showing what he can do and proving that he's more of a team player than he's been given credit for in the past.
"I see myself as more of a combo guard," said Ledo. "I've got the vision to get my teammates involved and I think I'm doing a better job of that. I know there's some people out there who don't think I can pass but I think I'm showing that I can."