Lecorn has drug charge dismissed, not suspended from team

CAYCE, S.C. -- An attorney for South Carolina freshman receiver Dion Lecorn says the simple possession of marijuana charge against his client has been dismissed.

Attorney Lowell Bernstein says the case was dismissed Monday for lack of evidence.

Bernstein says Lecorn took a university-administered drug test two days after his February arrest and it showed no signs of drug use.

South Carolina athletic spokesman Steve Fink says Lecorn was not suspended from the team.

Lecorn was fourth on the team with 27 catches for 315 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games last season.