The Green Bay mens basketball program has received a letter of intent from a 6-4 guard from the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. Tevin Findlay is a native of Toronto who played high school ball in North Carolina before attending the prestigious academy where he averaged 15 ppoints a game last season. He's the third recruit signed by head coach Brian Wardle, joining Little Chute High School stars Turner Botz and Kenneth Lowe but the first since an investigation was launched into Wardle's treatment of two players. Redshirt freshman Ryan Bross and graduating senior Brennan Cougill have both accused Wardle of verbal and emotional mistreatment. The prep coach of Findlay, Loren Jackson, said the case did not impact Findlay's decision. The investigation is expected to be completed this week.