Dwayne DJ Crossen Jr.(Dudley HS) crossing the state line and headed to N.C. A&T State University(In Greensboro)

Posted by Andy Durham on January 9, 2020 at 11:11 pm under College, High School | Comments are off for this article

The “Prodigal Son” is coming home…Dwayne DJ Crossen Jr., a former All-State football player from Dudley High School, is on his way back to Greensboro, after spending some time playing football for the Virginia Tech Hokies, up in Blacksburg, Virginia…

DJ Crossen is headed home…The “Prodigal Son” will leave all of his Virginia Tech football worries behind him and he thanked those Virginia Tech leaders who have helped him along the way, but DJ Crossen is now bringing his football talents back to North Carolina, and on to N.C. A&T…

DJ had some problems up in Blacksburg, at Virginia Tech…He got into some trouble with a female, but that relationship is over and hopefully all of the charges that came out against DJ Crossen are behind him now, and DJ is ready and he is Crossen that state line, that brings him back into Greensboro from Virginia and now DJ is ready to play for the Aggies, at N.C. A&T…

DJ was one of the top defensive backs in the state back in his high school playing days at James B. Dudley High School, and now Crossen will only have to cross the street and walk a few blocks over to the A&T campus, that short walk from his old high school campus on Lincoln Street…

The walk has been worth the wait, and now DJ is ready to play for the Aggies in 2020…
(Crossen should be in Spring Practice with the N.C. A&T Aggies, and he should have 4 years of college football eligibility remaining on his play sheet.)

Dwayane DJ Crossen Jr. on Twitter:
I would like to thank Coach Washington and the entire program at North Carolina A&T State University for fighting for me and giving me a second chance to what the Lord intends for me to do, on and off the field…I’m proud to announce that I will be taking my God given talent to N.C. A&T State University. As I have before, I still feel inclined to remind our youth, it’s not about where you come from, it’s where are going….

Dwayne DJ Crossen Jr.


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