Bowen was identified as "Player-10" in the Federal Bureau of Investigation report.
He already has to sit out this season in accordance with the NCAA rules regarding transfers, and the NCAA would still have to reinstate him before he could suit up for SC for the 2018-19 season.
"I trust the people I work for and they wouldn't have signed up for something that would have brought something negative", Martin said.
Louisville suspended Bowen indefinitely in late September after the FBI went public with its bombshell investigation into bribery and corruption in college basketball.
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"I'm really excited to get an opportunity like this with a terrific coach like Frank Martin and a program like SC", he told ESPN.
Bowen is a 6-7, 195-pound forward who was rated the No. 19 player in the 2017 recruiting class by 24/7 Sports.
North Carolina State guard Markell Johnsonhas been cleared to rejoin the team after the dismissal of a felony assault charge against him in his home state of Ohio. He is a strong, athletic small forward, who can really shoot the ball and rebound.
"Brian deserves a fresh start, and I would like to thank our university administration, President (Harris) Pastides, our board of trustees and Ray Tanner for their hard work and guidance in helping Brian become a member of our Gamecock family".
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"Brian is an exceptional young man and a basketball player with a very high IQ for the game", Martin said. I have the utmost confidence in South Carolina's compliance and ultimately the NCAA.
Brian Bowen has denied any knowledge of alleged payments to his family. The unnamed prospect then committed to Louisville on June 3, the same date Bowen ended a long, weird recruitment with the announcement that he had chosen the Cardinals. He had the right to remain on scholarship for as long as he chose to stay at Louisville and also received written permission to contact other schools to seek a transfer.
"I don't know anything about it", he added.
Bowen was a McDonald's All-American in the high school class of 2017.
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