Enes Kanter's appeal to be reinstated by the NCAA this season will be decided in the next couple of days, according to an online report.
A source has told Jeff Goodman of FOXSports.com that the NCAA will be reviewing the case Thursday afternoon, and a final decision on the appeal will be made shortly thereafter. Kentucky re-submitted their case to the NCAA early last month. Speculation centered on the then-recent Cam Newton ruling, which Kentucky hoped to use as precedent.
Kanter was ruled "permanently ineligible" prior to the season for receiving over $30,000 from a club team in his native Turkey.
A sure-fire first round draft pick in 2011, Kanter would be a major addition to Kentucky's front court, which is thin beyond the suddenly-potent Josh Harrellson.