East orward Cheick Diallo of Our Savior New American in Centereach, NY., holds the MVP trophy after East defeated West 111-91 in the McDonald's All-American boys basketball game in Chicago on Wednesday, April 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
Nam Y. Huh
November 11, 2015

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Kansas is still awaiting the NCAA's ruling on five-star prospect Cheick Diallo, who has been cleared to practice with the fourth-ranked Jayhawks but cannot participate in games.

Diallo's guardian, Tidian Drame, hired representation earlier this week in the event a legal battle ensues with the NCAA, according to multiple reports. The NCAA has been looking into Drame's relationship with Diallo, a native of Mali who attended high school in New York.

When asked about the potential for a lawsuit, Jayhawks coach Bill Self told reporters after Tuesday night's exhibition finale that ''this is going a big step further.''

The NCAA has not indicated whether a ruling will be handed down by Friday, when Kansas opens its regular season against Northern Colorado.

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