Former Griz Basketball Player Pleads Not Guilty

Prosecutors say Hutchison sold 1,000 tablets of Adderall for $5 each

By Dillon Tabish

MISSOULA — A former University of Montana basketball player has pleaded not guilty to a charge of selling prescription stimulants.

The Missoulian reports 24-year-old Eric Taylor Hutchison appeared Thursday morning in Missoula County District Court on one count of criminal distribution of dangerous drugs.

Prosecutors say Hutchison sold 1,000 tablets of Adderall for $5 each. He allegedly sold pills twice to undercover law enforcement officers.

Adderall is used to treat narcolepsy and attention deficit disorder.

Hutchison played center and averaged 3.8 points and two rebounds per game last season.

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