Penn State Players Subject Of Successful Drug Search, According To Report

STATE COLLEGE PA - NOVEMBER 27: Wide receiver Devon Smith #20 of the Penn State Nittany Lions runs with the ball during a game against the Michigan State Spartans on November 27 2010 at Beaver Stadium in State College Pennsylvania. The Spartans won 28-22. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)

Two Penn State players, one current and one former, were involved in a police drug search that turned up paraphernalia, according to a report.

Two members of last year's Penn St. Nittany Lions football team had drugs seized from their home by campus police, the Daily Collgian reports. Wide receiver Devon Smith is also on this year's squad, while defensive end Jack Crawford is prepping for the NFL Draft. Neither was charged, but police reportedly "seized multiple blunts, a bottle of liquor, a grinder, a scale, a plastic bag with suspected marijuana and prescription drugs."

Smith finished third on the team with 402 yards receiving last year, and is in line to start with Derek Moye moving along. He's a rising senior. Crawford is expected to be picked in a middle round in April.

Penn State began spring practices Monday. So, neat! Some turmoil for Bill O'Brien! Right on time!

For more on Nittany Lions football, visit Penn State blog Black Shoe Diaries, plus Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire, SB Nation Pittsburgh and SB Nation Philly.

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