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January 13, 2011Arkansas State Red Wolf wide receiver Dwayne Frampton recently posted several comment on twitter stating that he was thinking of entering the NFL Draft.
Frampton, who is 5-foot-9 and 184 pounds, was named to the Rivals.com Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference football team after catching 69 passes for 738 yards and six touchdowns. He averaged 10.7 yards per catch.
Frampton originally started tweeting his thoughts on December 22, 2010 when he tweeted "Twitter act'n micey!...4suRe, A should I declare 4 the 2011 NFL draft R come bac 4 my senior campaine?"
I responded to him at that time, and stated that I feel he should come back for his senior season.
At that time, Frampton responded "Ur right, but I'm gett'nfaster over this break and all I have 2 do is run a 4.3, I finished 25th in the country in rec."
Forward to January 12, 2011, and Frampton posted another tweet regarding hi future.
"Were ill b playing football N the 2011 season will b decided with N the nexx 24Hrs."
That 24 hour time period has passed, and Frampton has made his decision.
ArkansasVarsity.com broke that decision at 11:04 AM, and Frampton recently posted an update on twitter verifying what we reported.
"I will B returning 4 my senior season @ Arkansas State University..NFL will be N 2012 period! I lOve my teamates and coaches no mixups!"
Coach Hugh Freeze also commented on Frampton's announcement.
"Dwayne and I had a good heart to heart talk last night, and he is going to stay with the team." said Coach Hugh Freeze "He is here on campus and will be with us next season."
In other Red Wolves news, Coach Freeze picked up a commitment from Tight End Anthony Kincy from Butte Community College. Kincy is 6-foot, 225 pounds, and runs a 4.55 forty-yard-dash. Kincy has also signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Red Wolves.
Keep checking back with ArkansasVarsity.com for all of your Arkansas State Red Wolves news!
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