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Former Louisville 5-Star Recruit Brian Bowen Transferring to SC

13 January 2018

"I have the utmost faith in the compliance staff at SC and ultimately in the NCAA".

In those documents were details alleging that Bowen, who was not mentioned by name, was steered to Louisville by his father, who was to receive $100,000 from an agent and an ADIDAS rep.

Former five-star recruit Brian Bowen, the freshman at the center of the FBI's probe into Louisville for corruption and bribery, is no longer enrolled at Louisville and has been admitted into SC, a source confirmed to CBS Sports. In an interview with ESPN's Jeff Goodman, he declared that he was unaware of such an arrangement.

Bowen was implicated in the FBI's investigation into college basketball which revealed a pay-for-play scandal where schools were funneling money through shoe companies to players to convince them to commit to play basketball for their universities.

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Louisville announced in November that it had informed Bowen he would never be allowed to practice or play for the Cardinals at any point in the future.

Bowen, per NCAA transfer rules, must sit two semesters before becoming eligible for the Gamecocks.

Wednesday, Bowen told Goodman he had been admitted to the University of SC and would petition the NCAA for reinstatement as a student-athlete.

"I didn't believe it at all".

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"There's no way I'm involved in it", Bowen said to Goodman.

"Brian is an exceptional young man and a basketball player with a very high IQ for the game", Martin said. He is a strong, athletic small forward, who can really shoot the ball and rebound.

"I don't know anything about it", he added.

Now, a possible fresh start. The 6-foot-7 wing from La Lumiere School in La Porte, Ind., was a high school teammate of fellow 5-star forward Jaren Jackson, who committed to Michigan State and has already firmly entrenched himself atop National Basketball Association draft boards for next June. He was selected as a McDonald's All-American.

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Former Louisville 5-Star Recruit Brian Bowen Transferring to SC