A former Georgia Tech assistant coach is being charged by the NCAA with Level I violations relating to an Atlanta strip club visit that sources told ESPN included current Chicago Bulls rookie Wendell Carter Jr. and former Georgia Tech and NBA player Jarrett Jack.
Chicago Bulls rookie Wendell Carter Jr was named among those who were allegedly provided $300 from Georgia Tech basketball to an Atlanta strip club during recruitment.
Georgia Tech officially announces it received a notice of allegations from the NCAA. Here was ESPN’s story from last night:https://t.co/EizjZYibYu
— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) March 15, 2019
The NCAA has notified Georgia Tech officials that the former assistant, Darryl LaBarrie; a booster the sources identified to ESPN as Jack; and Ron Bell, a former friend of Yellow Jackets basketball coach Josh Pastner, are being charged with multiple alleged rules violations, including Level I violations, which are the most serious under NCAA rules.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution first reported details of the notice.
Georgia Tech publicly released a redacted version of the NCAA’s notice of allegations on Friday and said in a statement it “will not have further comment at this time.”
The school has until May 16th to respond to the NCAA’s allegations.
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