LOGAN — Utah State quarterback Kane Wilson, who redshirted the 2009 season, was arraigned in Logan City Court following an arrest on misdemeanor charges of possession of more than one ounce of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Wilson, a highly decorated quarterback from El Dorado High School in Placentia, Calif., was arrested last week.
USU football coach Gary Andersen, contacted by the Deseret News, declined to comment on the situation.
"Right now, we do not have any comment on it," said Zach Fisher, Utah State sports information director for the football team.
Wilson, 18, is expected to be the primary backup to senior Diondre Borel next season.
The Aggies also signed three high school quarterbacks during the recruiting season. Jordan High's record-setting Alex Hart and Hawaii product Jeremy Higgins are expected to be in camp this fall while Timpview's Trevor Brown is expected to serve an LDS mission before enrolling at USU.
— Jared Eborn
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