"Braxton is absolutely thrilled with the NCAA's decision to make him immediately eligible to compete for NC State this season", Beverly's lawyer, Scott Tompsett, said in a statement Tuesday.
Beverly enrolled at Ohio State last May and took summer classes for one month before that school fired basketball coach Thad Matta. That triggered the designation as an undergraduate transfer instead of an incoming freshman, requiring him to sit this season before having four years of eligibility starting in 2018-19. The NCAA said it had granted Beverly a transfer waiver based on "additional information," though NCAA spokeswoman Stacey Osburn declined to comment Tuesday beyond the statement.
N.C. State announced October 13 that its initial request for Beverly's eligibility was denied, and it appealed that decision 10 days later.
Beverly, a 6-foot shooting guard, committed to Ohio State a year ago out of Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., where he averaged 20.1 points, 6.4 assists and 2.2 steals after moving there from Kentucky.
"When (Wolfpack coach Kevin Keatts) told me that my appeal had been denied earlier this week, I could tell how upset he was", Beverly wrote on his personal blog.
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