The documents, obtained by Yahoo Sports, contain expense reports from former National Basketball Association agent Andy Miller, his former associate Christian Dawkins and Miller's agency, ASM Sports. Yahoo looked at detailed expense reports, which are now in the hands of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
ASM Sports, former agent Andy Miller, and his associate Charles Dawkins are the focus of this particular investigation with myriad payments or "loans" to amateur players to get them to sign with the agency.
The players listed included both current and former players, with some of them being the game's biggest stars.
The agency also allegedly gave a $2,300 loan to former U of L Cardinal Juan Palacios. Lowry last played at Villanova in 2006, Pena in 2011, Wayns in 2012, and Allen last played at Temple 2011.
Current South Carolina player Brian Bowen, who was ensnared in the initial federal investigation and started his career at Louisville last fall until the school withheld him from competition. The FBI's report shared expense reports and balance sheets that detail cash advances, travel expenses, entertainment expenses for high school and college recruits and their families.
Twitter is already sounding off on the report and they are siding with the players who they feel will take the brunt of the blame instead of the schools and coaches who make millions of dollars from the student-athletes. It appears Dawkins paid for the meals, which could be an important distinction.
The documents show an underground recruiting operation that could create NCAA rules issues for at least 20 Division I basketball programs and more than 25 players over the past several years.
"We began immediately to conduct our due diligence, and we will cooperate fully with any appropriate authorities", he said. That is our commitment as a university to our Board of Trustees and to the Commonwealth. Friday afternoon, Penn guard Antonio Woods tweeted, "So you're telling me that I wasted hours sitting in a classroom during AAU tournaments watching that NCAA sanctioned video where they told us not to receive improper benefits". We will be conducting an internal review. "Until we know more, we can't comment further".
Calipari said his staff had no involvement with Andy Miller and the sports agency that has been investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The sheer magnitude of this investigation - which touches in one degree or another powerhouse programs like Michigan State, Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky - may help the Gamecocks. "Washington Athletics is committed to full compliance with NCAA legislation and with any investigations that may result from these allegations".