According to a report from the Knoxville News Sentinel, former IN wide receiver/running back Camion D. Patrick is being charged with criminal homicide IN connection with the fatal stabbing of Caleb Thomas Radford IN Alcoa, Tennessee.
The arrests of Wright, 20, and Patrick, 22, come more than a month after police arrested Hopewell and Green on August 3, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel.
He also battled head injuries and appeared to play through concussions while at East Mississippi Community College, known as a last-chance school for players who fail out of or are kicked off big-time college teams.
Police had already charged two other men in connection to the stabbing, and it is unclear what charges Patrick or Wright will face.More news: Opec sees oil consumption growing in '17
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Police said Radford had "multiple stab wounds". EMCC made its name as one of the best junior colleges in the country by recruiting those who bounced out of prominent schools and offering them a chance to rehabilitate their images and play in front of SEC scouts.
Patrick also starred at East Mississippi, leading the Lions to a national title in 2014 before enrolling in IU at the beginning of 2015.Academics, however, kept him on the scout team for that season. He is being held at the Monroe County Correctional Center in Bloomington, Ind. Meanwhile, the 20-year-old Wright was arrested on Wednesday and is now expected to be transferred to Blount County Jail. ESPN reports there is not yet any information on hearing dates.
After a promising start to the 2016 season, Wright sustained an injury and often clashed with coach Buddy Stephens. Patrick received a medical-hardship waiver in July, ending his college playing career. He remains on scholarship at IN but has reportedly suspended by the school.