Three major college football recruits were arrested by University of Georgia police and charged with theft by taking after allegedly stealing iPods and iPhones from the varsity football team’s locker room. It is reported that Deion Bonner, Marquise Hawkins and an unidentified juvenile were arrested, charged, and released after posting a $1,500.00 bond.
Yes, these future All-Americans stole right out of the lockers of would be teammates during an open house recruiting trip at Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall on the University of Georgia’s campus. The value of the items stolen is approximately $2,000.00.
The legal system is nothing new to UGA student-athletes where a total of eleven players from different athletic programs at Georgia were arrested during 2010. Based upon this fact, the only question left is when will these three pilferers sign their National Letter of Intent to play at Georgia?