Alabama linebacker Quandarrius Robinson has been charged with DUI following a three-car wreck close to the college’s campus, police stated.
Robinson, a 20-year-old sophomore from Birmingham, was arrested by cops in Tuscaloosa late Saturday after the three-car crash left two of the autos closely broken. No accidents have been reported, police told AL.com.
Robinson, a four-star prospect who didn’t play for the Crimson Tide final season, was held on $1,000 bail pending a sobriety check and was listed as an inmate on the Tuscaloosa County Jail Sunday.
Robinson was to be launched 12 hours following his arrest or after passing a sobriety check, police told The Tuscaloosa News. His identify not appeared on the jail’s roster as of Monday, information present.
The 6-foot-5, 220-pound Robinson was a unanimous top-80 participant within the nation popping out of highschool who was ranked because the state’s prime outdoors linebacker by a number of websites, however didn’t get onto the sphere in Alabama’s deep linebacking core, together with starters Chris Allen and Will Anderson.
Alabama soccer spokesman Josh Maxson advised The Put up he anticipated coach Nick Saban to touch upon Robinson’s arrest throughout a press availability Monday.
“We’ll say one thing after we’re able to say one thing,” Maxson stated throughout a quick telephone interview, declining additional remark.
Prime-ranked Alabama kicks off the school soccer season Saturday towards No. 14 Miami in Atlanta because the Crimson Tide seeks to repeat as nationwide champions.