Texas A&M suspended redshirt freshman defensive back Kenneth Marshall after he was arrested for possession of marijuana and prescription pills, according to the Bryan-College Station Eagle.
Marshall, who hasn’t played this season, was charged with possession of marijuana between two and four ounces, and possession of a dangerous drug. Both are Class A misdemeanors and carry a maximum penalty of a $4,000 fine and up to one year in jail.
It was Marshall’s second pot-related arrest, coming eight months after he plead guilty to possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.
Marshall was rated as a three-star safety by Rivals.com out of high school in South Houston, Texas.