By Chip Patterson
Oregon State cornerback Dashon Hunt has played his last football game, retiring from the sport after being diagnosed with spinal stenosis.
“It was truly a blessing to have been apart of the #OregonStateFootball team but sadly my days of playing is over due to a condition that I was born with called #SpinalStenosis,” Hunt announced on his Instagram account.
“This team will forever be my team and I will always support every single brother of mine on it through their football careers and life. And a message to all my teammates ‘just because I can’t play on the field with yall, best believe I’ma be on the sideline helping and watching yall strive towards greatness because our team is bound for great accomplishments in these upcoming years. I love all yall as my own brothers and I’ll always be here for every last one of yall’ And to everyone else who has supported me throughout my career thank you very much from the bottom of my heart and God Bless you all!”