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It’s been a while since the last major bombshell from the FBI investigation into college basketball corruption.
Well, another big one just came as thehave admitted to being subpoenaed by the FBI, .
They’ve already been linked to the investigation through former Jayhawks star Josh Jackson,. Jackson led Kansas to an Elite Eight finish in the 2016-17 college hoops season.
Maryland also recently received a subpoena from the FBI, which reportedly involves star freshman, who played a big role in helping Kansas make the this past season. Maryland was a major player in the recruitment of De Sousa before he ultimately picked Kansas and enrolled midway through this past season.
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Here is an excerpt of the report:
One of the subpoenas asked for “communications, regarding or relating to the recruitment, eligibility and/or amateur status of prospective student-athlete Silvio De Sousa.”
De Sousa enrolled at Kansas for the second semester of the 2017-18 season and was cleared for play for the Jayhawks in December. In September of 2017, according to federal documents, adidas officials spoke about making “another $20,000 payment” to De Sousa’s guardian to help him get “out from under” a deal with a rival apparel company. (The guardian, Fenny Falmagne, has denied taking payments to The Kansas City Star.) De Sousa had played for an Under Armour-sponsored high school and was regarded by recruiting analysts as a near-lock to attend Maryland, an Under Armour-sponsored college.
Adidas has been a major focus in this scandal, so it’s not a big surprise that ‘the’ Adidas school is linked to this.
It will be interesting to see what the FBI finds and how/if the NCAA does anything with it.
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