Alabama newcomer and former All-American cornerback Eli Ricks was booked on expenses of dashing, driving with out insurance coverage and possession of marijuana on Sunday night in Mississippi.
Ricks, who transferred to Alabama from LSU this offseason, was arrested by Mississippi Freeway Patrol and booked at 5:15 p.m.
In line with a web-based database, it was Ricks’ first marijuana possession cost and his bond was set at $0.
A 6-foot-2 cornerback from California, Ricks began his profession at LSU the place he earned Freshman All-SEC and AP All-American honors throughout his first season.
He entered the switch portal in November, roughly a month after the firing of head coach Ed Orgeron.
Ricks is anticipated to compete for a beginning position at Alabama, which misplaced beginning cornerback Josh Jobe to the NFL.
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