Former WKU guard Chris Harrison-Docks to play at DePaul

With a hand in his face, Western Kentucky’s Chris Harrison-Docks (51) hits a 3-pointer past Kentucky Wesleyan’s Jordan Jacks’ (5) defense during Friday’s game at E.A. Diddle Arena. The Hilltoppers won the homecoming game 75-68. Nick Wagner/HERALD

Herald Sports Staff

Former WKU men’s basketball guard Chris Harrison-Docks announced via Instagram on Saturday that he would be play his final season of eligibility at DePaul University. 

“I know my absence will provide new opportunities for others at WKU, and I’ve had faith another door would open for me as well,” Harrison-Docks wrote in the post. “I’m happy to announce I will be pursuing a master’s degree while playing basketball at DePaul University.” 

Harrison-Docks was dismissed from the WKU men’s basketball team on January 24. He was averaging 10 points and 23.9 minutes per game with a 38 percent shooting mark from behind the arc on the season at the time of his dismissal. 


Harrison-Docks transferred to WKU during the 2012-13 season from Butler University, a member of the Big East Conference. DePaul is also a member of the Big East.

The Herald will update this story as more information becomes available.