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Daquawn Brown could be headed to Fresno State

Depending on how much you believe a former high school teammate.

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Despite being removed from WSU's roster, Daquawn Brown's status and future have remained a bit of a mystery. First, there was some question whether he was suspended or dismissed. That debate appeared to fall on the dismissed side when Brown remained off the team at the start of spring practice. Then, he showed up for a spring practice and cheered on his former teammates; leading to some speculation he could make his way back onto the roster.

For now, Brown remains off the team and other than speculation it doesn't appear that is going to change. Instead, it seems Brown may have a new home, at least according to his former high school teammate. As Matthew Kenerly of Mountain West Connection detailed, current Fresno State Bulldog Delvon Hardaway tweeted that Brown would "be a bulldog this year!!" seemingly implying that Brown was headed to Fresno State. Hardaway and Brown both attended Dorsey High School.

Assuming that proves true, Brown's career at WSU is finished. It probably already is finished whether Brown lands at Fresno State, Georgia, any other Bulldog school or anywhere in general, but this would make it official.



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