Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell, a Freshman All-America last season, was arrested early Friday morning on two felony weapons charges, reports the Ledger-Enquirer's Seth Emerson.
Crowell was arrested on charges of "carrying a weapon in a school zone, and having an altered ID mark," Emerson reports. Both of those charges are felonies.
Crowell was also jailed for possessing a concealed weapon, a misdemeanor.
Crowell was rated by many scouting services as a five-star recruit coming out of high school, and he was a key piece of a strong recruiting class for the Bulldogs. Rivals.com ranked Crowell as the fourth-best running back prospect in the nation.
He showed glimpses of greatness as a freshman, earning SEC Freshman of the Week four times. The Associated Press named him SEC Freshman of the Year after he rushed for 850 yards and five touchdowns.testing positive