In his first public comments since his arrest last February on possession of marijuana charges, Virginia Tech forward Jarell Eddie said Friday he’s “definitely looking forward to a fresh start” after a freshman season in Blacksburg he’d like to forget.
Eddie was suspended from school for the remainder of the spring semester and sentenced to perform 100 community service hours as a result of his legal issues. In addition, his status during the early part of this season was in doubt because NCAA rules state that a player must complete six credit hours during the previous semester to be eligible.
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