Texas A&M safety Floyd Raven and cornerback Deshazor Everett has both been charged with two counts each of assault causing bodily injury according to the Bryan-College Station Eagle. The incident in question took place in April.
Court documents state two men received injuries after being struck in the face by Everett and Raven during an April 30 dispute at an apartment complex in College Station. More than $500 in damage was caused to a 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe when the student athletes pounded and kicked the vehicle at the scene of the fight, the documents state.
According to College Football Talk, arrest warrants to both were issued on Friday, with Raven turning himself into authorities shortly thereafter. He is expected to post 10-percent of a $4,000 bond late Monday.
Everett has yet to turn himself in.
Both were listed as starters on the Aggies’ post-spring depth chart, and both are expected to bring an elite combination of ability and experience to the program in 2013. Floyd played in all 13 games as a sophomore, finishing with 16 tackles, one interception and one sack.
While Raven is supposed to be a nice piece to A&M’s potential championship puzzle, Everett is expected to be the cornerstone. His two picks last year tied for the team lead, and one in the end zone on an AJ McCarron pass gave the Ags their signature win over eventual national champion Alabama.
No word as of yet from Texas A&M about the situation or if the players face any kind of discipline. The Aggies play Alabama in the team’s third game of the season, already one of the most hyped match-ups of the 2013 campaign.