Former Tennessee basketball player Scooter McFadgon is one of 10 people at large in a six-month investigation which has currently resulted in sending 26 drug dealers to jail, according to WMC Action News 5.
Grind City media producer Jon Roser also confirmed the news.
Former Raleigh Egypt, Tigers and Vols basketball player Scooter McFadgon is one of the 10 still at large. https://t.co/N4qLBf7kTV
— Jon Roser (@Jon_Roser) August 11, 2017
— WMC Action News 5 (@WMCActionNews5) August 11, 2017
McFadgon was previously arrested in 2014 for drug charges according to multiple published reports.
McFadgon earned All-SEC honors as a guard at Tennessee in 2003-04, as he averaged 17.3 points per game. He followed that up with 14.6 points per game in his senior season.
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