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Five-star recruit Darnell Salomon wanted in Georgia dorm burglary case

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Darnell Salomon, a five-star wide receiver recruit in the class of 2016, is the prime suspect in a burglary case involving property stolen from a dorm at Georgia, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

University of Georgia police have issued a warrant for Salomon's arrest. Salomon, who was visiting campus for the team's Dawg Night camp last weekend, is alleged to have entered the unlocked suite of two female students early Saturday and stolen a cell phone and a wallet containing cash and credit cards.

Salomon, whose name is listed in police reports as "Saloman," had left campus and returned home to Hollywood, Fla., before police contacted Georgia team administrators. A university spokesman told the paper that Georgia coach Mark Richt is aware of the incident and university police are handling the case.

Rated the No. 21 player and No. 3 receiver in his class by 247Sports.com's composite ranking, Salomon has offers listed from Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Florida State and LSU, among others.

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