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Kwashaun Quick, A&T QB in 2014, no longer on team

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A&T's Kwashaun Quick during a game against N.C. Central in Durham in November.

The N.C. A&T football program has suffered an unexpected loss this spring, starting quarterback Kwashaun Quick.

Quick is no longer on the team because of a violation of team rules and is no longer in school, a team spokesman says. He did not participate in the Aggies’ spring game Saturday.

Quick was arrested in Durham on March 6 and charged with maintaining a vehicle or residence with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver marijuana and possession of marijuana paraphernalia. 

He has a court date May 5 in Durham County. 

The Aggies earned a share of the MEAC championship last season in large part because of Quick’s versatility under center.

He finished as the team’s second-leading rusher and leading passer, accounting for 2,028 total yards of offense and 19 total touchdowns.

Rising redshirt freshman Lamar Raynard, at the spring game, took most of the snaps at quarterback and finished 22-for-36 passing with 230 yards and two touchdowns.

Also missing from A&T’s team during the spring game were Hassah Klugh, a backup quarterback who left the team on his own, and Marquell Cartwright, the team’s third-leading rusher, who is currently suspended for a violation of team rules.

Contact Powell Latimer at (336) 373-7008 and follow @PowellLatimerNR on Twitter.

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