Four TCU Horned Frogs football players were arrested for allegedly taking part in a Fort Worth drug ring. Tanner Brock, D.J. Yendrey, and Ty Horn were specifically accused of selling hydroponic marijuana from a city house, the Star-Telegram reports, while TCU police chief Steve McGee said all 17 individuals arrested were drug dealers in one capacity or another.
Brock and Yendrey were charged with felonies, according to their arrest warrant affidavits, which list very specific instances of hand-to-hand drug sales to undercover officers. They're available here. The part everyone's talking about (even though drug people tend to overstate the percentage of the population that also takes drugs, in one's personal experience):
Brock wasn't worried about failing his drug test because there "would be about 60 people being screwed." ... He added that Ty Horn looked at the roster and said "there were only 20 people that would pass the (drug) test."
Thus the even worse news for TCU is that the players were accused of selling to teammates. That means arrests for possession could follow these arrests for distribution. As for chatter about who else could be in danger of an arrest, you can pretty much find any name you'd like, (doesn't mean you should believe any of it yet, of course).
No word yet on what Devin Johnson is specifically accused of having done. Other than, you know, slangin'.