Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson and defensive tackle Danny O'Brien have both been arrested, Nooga.com is reporting after finding the information on the Knox County Sheriff's website. Former player Isaac Mobley, whose listed address is the same as O'Brien's, has been charged with underage consumption of alcohol.
Johnson and O'Brien have no charges currently filed against them. Neither does former player Dontavis Sapp, who is also listed as being arrested.
Johnson was Tennessee's leading tackler in 2013, recording 106 stops -- 31 more than the next-highest player, Brian Randolph. He also recorded 8.5 tackles for a loss and three passes defended on the year, and elected to come back to the Volunteers instead of bypassing his senior season for the NFL draft.
O'Brien is also an NFL prospect, and was a four-star prospect coming out of Flint, Michigan. As a redshirt freshman in 2013, he recorded 12 tackles, with three for a loss.
Sapp graduated this past year, and was second on the team with eight tackles for a loss. He is expected to be a candidate for a late-round draft pick.