Brian Bowen was forced to suspend the entire college basketball season because of his involvement in the FBI's investigations into corruption in sports.
Brain Bowen of South Carolina has decided that he will stay in the NBA Draft and forgo his remaining college eligibility.
The team released a statement on Wednesday explaining how Bowen's decision was related to the NCAA's decision on his suitability for next season after discussions with team officials and his lawyer. The NCAA informed South Carolina that Bowen would not be eligible for at least the whole of the next season due to the improper benefits he was supposed to receive.
Bowen was at the center of the FBI investigation into college basketball after it was claimed that his family received $ 1
"I'm completely devastated judgment," Bowen said in the statement. "All I ever wanted to do was continue my education and play college basketball, but after hearing about the decision and discussing it with my family and lawyer, I decided to continue my career."
Jeremy Woo expects Bowen to not enter the G-League and end up there. He calls his lack of "secondary abilities beyond his jump shot".