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Report: WSU Recruit Caught With Alcohol in Pullman

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The day after Washington State released point guard Reggie Moore from the team for violating team rules, the student-run Daily Evergreen reported a basketball recruit was caught by police for allegedly being a minor in possession of alcohol.

The student newspaper reported Chad E. Frazier, 20, was contacted by police on NE B St. around midnight on Saturday. He gave police false information but said he was a basketball recruit.

Frazier verbally committed to Oklahoma State on Monday, according to several reports.

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