Source: Butler's Hopkins headed to Wright State
Chrishawn Hopkins had a chance to be an all-league player at Butler, but the junior guard was dismissed from the program in September. Now he's headed to Wright State, where he could become a star for Billy Donlon and the Raiders.
|Hopkins would be a big addition for Wright State, as he would've been one of Butler's best players this year. (AP)|
Butler transfer Chrishawn Hopkins is heading to Wright State.
The 6-foot-1 junior guard, who was dismissed by Brad Stevens and the Bulldogs, has committed to Billy Donlon and the Raiders -- sources told CBSSports.com.
Hopkins, who averaged 9.1 last season, is spending this semester at a junior college in Indianapolis. He will arrive at Wright State for the second semester. He'll sit out a year and then have a year and a half left at Wright State.
Wright State is picked near the bottom of the league this season, but don't be shocked if Donlon and the Raiders -- with the addition of Hopkins and no seniors on their current roster -- make some noise a year from now.
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