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The charges involve high school prospects being
offered a monthly allowance of $300 beginning when the
prospects signed a letter of intent to attend Kentucky and
ending upon leaving the university. Other enticements
included a car at the time of signing, a new car after
enrolling at Kentucky, and financial assistance to the
An additional charge alleges "a basketball staff
member at Kentucky made improper recruiting contact"
with the prospect, reportedly Higgins, who was offered
the illegal inducements.
The illegality reportedly involves an assistant coach
shooting baskets at a high school practice with the
recruit. Higgins' high school coach denied Higgins had
ever shot baskets with an "assistant coach," according to
Kentucky has declined to release the names of the
players involved in the scandal on advice of its legal
"Sean knew that things weren't right, and he never
accepted anything. His dad encouraged him not to do
anything that was not right," Frieder said.
"The allegations involving Higgins, we've read about
in the newspapers. The fact that (the NCAA) made that
allegation is no surprise to us," said attorney Joe Bill
Campbell who is representing Kentucky assistant basket-
ball coach Dwayne Casey. Casey has been charged with
allegedly sending money to Chris Mills, who now plays
for Kentucky. Casey has denied all of the allegations.
Higgins was one of the most highly recruited high
school players in the country two years ago. In an
unusual and extremely controversial situation, the 6-9
guard/forward from Los Angeles originally signed to
play for UCLA. The NCAA released him from his
binding letter of intent after Higgins claimed he signed
the letter under duress.
Higgins was academically ineligible for the Big Ten
season last year after he failed to meet Michigan
eligibility standards. During the spring, he pleaded "no
contest" to an assault charge and was forced to perform
Kentucky Colonel Sports Editor Tom Spalding
contributed to this story.
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