Running back from Last Chance U arrested, charged with murder

Lawrence Cooper
September 15, 2017

Two brothers, one a former IN receiver and the other a star of the Netflix series Last Chance U, have been charged with the murder of a Tennessee teen, according to the Knoxville News-Sentinel.

Isaiah Wright and Camion Patrick were arrested this week in connection with the death of Caleb Thomas Radford, who was stabbed to death on July 25 in Alcoa, Tennessee.

Wright, a running back, earned a scholarship offer from Auburn but also went to East Mississippi, site for the "Last Chance U" series.

The two brothers, who played a prominent role in the second season as they discussed in depth their hard upbringing in foster care, were both offered scholarships to respectable schools on the back of the 2016 season which was filmed for the TV show, but as per ESPN, they have been suspended after the arrests were made on Wednesday. Now the Last Chance U talents join them.

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Last Chance U follows universities where former college football stars transfer to after facing personal hardship or off the field issues major schools won't take on. In August, police said they had arrested two men and charged them with criminal homicide.

Patrick was booked on Wednesday morning and is being held in a Blount County (Tenn.) jail, according to the report.

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 remained in custody in IN on Thursday, pending his extradition to Blount County. Patrick was arrested in Bloomington, Indiana, while Wright was arrested in Harriman, Tennessee, according to the Knoxville News Sentinel. He was featured in the second edition of the series, which took place during the 2016 season.

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