A group of Tennessee’s players was suspended for their involvement in an incident at Stokely Residence Hall including Aaron Willis, Martavius French, and Isaac Washington.
As we alluded to earlier this week, there was likely one more player involved and it was Kaidon Salter. He was the unlisted juvenile in the report based around the incident which centered on drug charges.
Josh Heupel confirmed this today, as Salter did not practice and is suspended indefinitely during the investigation.
“Kaidon was not on the practice field today,” Tennessee head coach Josh Huepel said. “Kaidon is part of the group of individuals that are suspended from team activities at this point.”
“There’s high expectations to represent Tennessee football. We’ll continue to support those kids and will later share more information,” Heupel stated.
"We are aware of an incident that occurred at Stokely Hall involving football student-athletes," a Tennessee spokesperson said at the time. "The individuals involved in the incident have been suspended indefinitely from football activities pending further review of the matter by the university.”
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