Texas A&M wide receiver Speedy Noil has lived up to his first name in his first three years of his career in College Station, but this week has proved nobody can outrun the long arm of the law.
Noil turned himself in on a marijuana possession charge on Tuesday after a warrant was issued for his arrest. The football program then took the subsequent step of suspending Noil on Tuesday night according to Houston Chronicle reporter Brent Zwerneman.
From A&M: 'We are aware of the situation with football player Speedy Noil & he was suspended prior to practice today per (AD) policy.'
— Brent Zwerneman (@BrentZwerneman) December 20, 2016
Noil’s numbers have declined in his sophomore and junior seasons after a prominent freshman year campaign when he caught five touchdowns and accumulated 583 yards on 46 catches. He has brought in just 42 balls with four touchdowns in the last two seasons.
He has 1,134 yards over his career for the Aggies, which is now in question. Texas A&M plays Kansas State in the Texas Bowl on Dec. 28.