The Brazos County Sheriff’s Office issued warrants on Friday for misdemeanor assault charges for two starters in the Texas A&M secondary, Deshazor Everett and Floyd Raven Sr. Both players turned themselves in today and were released this afternoon.
The players were charged with two counts each of misdemeanor assault and one count of criminal mischief following an April 30th incident in College Station. The police report revealed an altercation with Everett and Raven Sr. resulting in unreported injuries to the face of two men at Everett’s apartment complex. In addition, Everett and Raven caused more than $500 in damages to a 2008 Chevy Tahoe belonging to one of the victims.
Everett came on strong as a sophomore in 2012. He emerged into one of the better, young corners in the SEC with a season that resulted in 56 tackles, 2 interceptions, and 7 pass breakups. Everett came up big at the biggest of moment of the season – when he picked off A.J. McCarron on the goal line to secure the upset victory over Alabama.
Per A&M policy, both players will be suspended from team activities while facing charges. That’s news with a week three matchup with Alabama looming.
Everett was expected to be one of the top underclassmen corners this season and was a candidate for forgo his senior eligibility to enter the 2014 NFL Draft. Raven saw spot duty last season but was expected to start at safety for the Aggies after making the transition from corner to safety.