The start of the NCAA football season is still some months away and somehow the Georgia Bulldogs are already off to a rough start.
Georgia Bulldogs 2019 signee Tyrique Stevenson was arrested Sunday on a charge of disorderly conduct, according to Mike Griffith of DawgNation.
On top of that, Georgia wide receiver Tyler Simmons was also charged with disorderly conduct alongside Stevenson after a fight at the Cloud Bar in downtown Athens.
Via Red and Black:
“ACCPD said an officer was working off-duty at the bar and was alerted of a fight taking place at 12:50 a.m. The officer called for assistance from multiple ACCPD officers for what the officer described as a “chaotic scene” with “numerous bar patrons spilling out onto the sidewalk and street.” ACCPD interviewed witnesses after the incident who described Simmons and Stevenson as the subjects allegedly fighting with bar staff, according to an ACCPD statement.
Simmons and Stevenson were both initially transported to the Athens-Clarke County Jail. Simmons complained of an injury and was transported to a local hospital. Simmons was charged with disorderly conduct after he was released from the hospital, said ACCPD Public Information Officer Geoff Gilland, but Simmons was not booked in the jail. The nature and severity of his injury is unclear at this time.”
Stevenson was the No. 3 cornerback and No. 37 player overall in the 2019 recruiting class. Definitely not a great start to his college career.
Simmons registered 269 yards of total offense and four total touchdowns during the 2018 season.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.