How's this for leadership! Former five-star Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell, arrested at 3:37 a.m. ET on two felony counts for driving a gun through a police checkpoint, had four teammates in the car with him. Josh Harvey-Clemons' appearance in this story means UGA's top recruit from the 2011 class was arrested in the presence of its top recruit from the 2012 class, and this is all getting more and more awkward.
Arrest report: Four #UGA players were in the car w/ Crowell: Josh Harvey-Clemons, Blake Tibbs, Quintavious Harrow & Sheldon Dawson.— Fletcher Page (@FletcherPage) June 29, 2012
None of the others was charged with anything.
"An Athens-Clarke County Magistrate Court judge later in the morning granted Crowell a $6,000 bond and placed him on a 10 p.m. curfew," reports the Athens Banner-Herald.