Isaiah Wright and Camion Patrick, brothers featured on Netflix’s “Last Chance U”, have found themselves in deep trouble.
Two brothers who played junior college football at East Mississippi Community College while featured in the Netflix series “Last Chance U” have been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in Tennessee.
Isaiah Wright and Camion Patrick are among four men charged in connection with the murder of 18-year-old Caleb Radford on July 25. Radford, was found with multiple stab wounds on a street in Louisville, Tenn. On Aug. 3, Alcoa (TN) police revealed the arrests of two suspects: Itiq Green, 28, and Keshawn Hopewell, 21.
Harriman (TN) police arrested Wright, 20, on Wednesday. Indiana University police arrested Patrick, 22, Wednesday in Bloomington, Ind. Wright is currently being held at the Blount County Justice Center in Maryville, Tenn.
Patrick is being held at the Monroe County Correctional Center in Bloomington, Ind. There is yet no information on an extradition date or hearing.
Patrick last played wide receiver and running back at Indiana but suffered through a series multiple injuries. On July 20 he was granted a medical hardship waiver, ending his playing career but allowing him to keep his scholarship. The university suspended him Wednesday following the arrest. The one-time Tennessee recruit spent two seasons at East Mississippi Community College before joining Indiana, where he had four rushing attempts and six catches in 2016.
Wright, a running back, earned a scholarship offer from Auburn out of high school, but also went to East Mississippi, site of the “Last Chance U” series. He was featured in season 2 of the series, which documented the 2016 season. On the show, both Wright and Patrick discussed the challenges they faced growing up in foster care, as their mother abandoned them and their father was in prison.
After a fast start to his 2016 campaign, Wright suffered a concussion an injury and later often clashed with EMCC head coach Buddy Stephens. Wright earned a scholarship to Division II West Georgia. However, he left school before the 2017 season.