Former Iowa State basketball player Charles Boozer applied to Wichita State, but has not been admitted and is not enrolled, according to the registrars office.
Boozer is the younger brother of NBA star Carlos Boozer, who signed with the Chicago Bulls this summer. A Twitter account bearing his name announced Sept. 1 that Charles would attend WSU.
WSU coach Gregg Marshall cannot comment on recruits. WSU does not have a scholarship available.
Boozer, a 6-foot-3 guard, played three seasons as a reserve at Iowa State. His junior season ended in early January after a knee injury. Should he continue his basketball career, he would have one season of eligibility and would have to sit out a year to play at an NCAA Division I school.
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In early May, Boozer was arrested and charged with simple assault after allegedly slapping and kicking a woman. Two days later, Boozer announced that he would leave Iowa State and seek unspecified treatment.
"I want to apologize for my actions that put Iowa State University in a negative light," Boozer said in a news release in May. "I have decided that the best course of action right now is to finish my semester and then seek treatment."
Boozer averaged 3.5 points in 16 games as a junior.