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This wasn't the path Dehonta Hayes envisioned when he concluded a solid Eastern Washington football career, but he's taking it with gratitude.
The coronavirus pandemic derailed the draft process for many Big Sky standouts hoping to get picked up in the late rounds of this weekend’s NFL Draft or as a free agent, as a lack of face-to-face evaluation by scouts due to cancellation of pro days has led to more small-school product uncertainty than usual.
It’s been nearly a month since Dehonta Hayes buckled a chinstrap, concluding his senior season as Eastern Washington’s leading tackler and one of the best run-stopping safeties in the Football Championship Subdivision.
This off season, EWU defensive back Dehonta Hayes was rushed to the hospital due to gunshot wounds that nearly cost him and his teammate, Keith Moore their lives. Less than two months later, he is back on the field with his teammates and ready for this 2019 season. Hayes stopped by our SWX Studios to chat with Taylor Brooks about the incident and this weekends game against Sacramento State.
There’s a 9-millimeter bullet lodged inside Dehonta Hayes’ neck. It’s not coming out.
Of the four cornerbacks who shared reps in Eastern Washington’s ball-hawking 2018 secondary, the youngest were fifth-year seniors.
Eastern Washington football players Dehonta Hayes and Keith Moore have both been released from the hospital after suffering gunshot wounds in downtown Spokane early Saturday morning.
Two Eastern Washington football players were shot early Saturday in downtown Spokane’s central bar district, at the intersection of West Main Avenue and North Division Street.
The Eastern Washington Eagles are back on the Gridiron, as the excitement level is high in Cheney for the first Spring Practice of the year.