Beverly came off the bench Tuesday night from Bryant.
The NCAA had two times denied his request for a waiver. Beverly attended summertime university at Ohio Point out this past summertime and then transferred to NC Point out after previous Buckeyes coach Thad Matta was fired in early June.
Last week, Beverly retained an attorney, and the university resubmitted the waiver to engage in this year.
“Braxton is completely thrilled with the NCAA’s conclusion to make him straight away eligible to contend for NC Point out this year,” Beverly’s attorney, Scott Tompsett, stated in a assertion Tuesday. “He’ll be suited up and completely ready to engage in in tonight’s match from Bryant.
“Braxton wishes to thank the NCAA for meticulously taking into consideration NC State’s Request for Reconsideration and permitting him to engage in this year. He is quite grateful.
“Braxton also appreciates the general public assistance he is been given from so quite a few men and women across the country and the media shops that have documented on his case.
“Braxton is completely ready to contend for the NC Point out Wolfpack!”
Beverly is a 6-foot guard from Kentucky who attended Hargrave Military Academy — the prep university NC Point out coach Kevin Keatts led from 1999 to 2001, and also from 2003 to 2011. Wolfpack assistant A.W. Hamilton coached Beverly final year at Hargrave.