Ex-Seton Hall star Isaiah Whitehead given loan by agents, bombshell college hoops news says

Former Seton Hall star Isaiah Whitehead is pronounced to have received thousands of dollars in “loans” from an agency, according to a bombshell Yahoo Sports news that cites papers and bank records from a find routine of a wide-ranging sovereign examine into college basketball recruiting practices. 

The news raises questions about Seton Hall’s 2016 Big East championship with Whitehead as a focal point, as good as NCAA Tournament appearances during his time during a school. The loan, which is listed at roughly $27,000 and $37,000 in several tools of a papers according to a report, would be impermissible underneath NCAA regulations and could lead to retroactive punishment opposite Seton Hall.

In further to a Whitehead loan, an picture of a change piece published by Yahoo lists former Seton Hall partner manager Tiny Morton as carrying perceived a $9500 loan.

Whitehead now plays for a Nets. Seton Hall did not immediately respond to a ask for criticism on a Yahoo report. The initial news indicated Seton Hall possibly declined criticism or did not respond to a Yahoo request. 

From a report:

An ASM (Sports, a agency) change piece in a hands of sovereign investigators shows accounts by Dec. 31, 2015, with a subheading, “Loan to Players.” It listed several who were in high propagandize or college as receiving four-figure and five-figure payments from ASM Sports. Among a largest listed loans:

Dennis Smith, who would go on to play during North Carolina State in 2016-17, perceived $43,500 according to a documents. Another request headed “Pina,” for ASM representative Stephen Pina, says Smith perceived a sum of $73,500 in loans, and includes records about “options to replenish a money” when Smith did not pointer with ASM.

Isaiah Whitehead, during a time a beginner during Seton Hall, perceived $26,136 according to a documents. The “Pina” request says Whitehead perceived $37,657 and was “setting adult remuneration plan.” Whitehead sealed with ASM though after left a group for Roc Nation.

James Kratch might be reached during jkratch@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JamesKratch. Find NJ.com Rutgers Football on Facebook

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