The off-field issues for one of the most touted members of Mississippi State’s 2012 recruiting class continues.
According to multiple media outlets, Quay Evans was arrested on campus Wednesday afternoon on a pair of traffic offenses. After being observed rolling through a stop sign, Evans was pulled over by university police and ultimately arrested for suspicion of driving without a license and disregarding a traffic control device.
Back in early August, the defensive tackle, who was released from the county jail shortly after the arrest, was cited for driving without a valid license as well.
Evans had been suspended for the Bulldogs’ last game, an Oct. 24 win over Kentucky. There was no reason given for the suspension or how long it would last. A couple of months ago, the lineman was also suspended for the season opener.
In between the twin suspensions, Evans has played in five games in 2013. Evans was a four-star member of MSU’s 2012 recruiting class, rated as the No. 15 tackle prospect in the nation in the No. 3 player at any position in the state of Mississippi.