University of Kansas forward Carlton Bragg's indefinite suspension has been lifted.
KU head coach Bill Self says Bragg will suit up and play in Monday night's game against Kansas State University.
Last week, Bragg entered into a diversion agreement on a drug paraphernalia charge.
The paraphernalia was found last month while university police were investigating a reported rape at McCarthy Hall, which houses the basketball team on campus. Five other KU players are listed as witnesses on the police report in the assault case, which involves a 16-year-old girl.
The drug case is not related to the alleged rape case at the housing complex, which is located next door to Allen Fieldhouse.