Water logged container grown cherry
I recently planted a multi-varity bare-root dwarf cherry tree in a large container. As the weather warmed it started leafing out and it looked good until we received unseasonably rainy weather and I happened to notice that the pot was not draining and the tree was water logged. I drained out all of the excess water, made a larger hole on the bottom and removed the clog and left it since we were to experience unseasonably warm and sunny weather for several days.
It's been about a week and the tree looks like it is in suspended animation. The buds that were just breaking are still that way and the leaves that were out haven't grown and filled out and don't look vibrant. I just went and dumped out a lot of the soil so that it could dry out some, but really the soil didn't look too bad. Should I go ahead and remove it from the pot, examine the roots and repot it in another pot with entirely new soil or do you think it will come around after some more time?