An Alabama soccer linebacker has been charged with a DUI
One week earlier than the beginning of Alabama soccer’s 2021 season, a reserve linebacker has been charged with a DUI. Quandarrius Robinson, a sophomore out of Birmingham, has been charged after being concerned in a automobile wreck. Michael Casagrande was the primary to report the story.
Robinson was concerned in a three-car wreck in Tuscaloosa late Saturday night time. Two of the vehicles had been severely broken, however nobody was damage. This morning, Robinson was listed on a $1000 bond.
Robinson was a highly-touted recruit for Alabama football, however he didn’t play as a real freshman. He technically nonetheless has 5 years of eligibility left resulting from COVID-19, however that doesn’t imply he’ll keep for 5 seasons. After a 12 months of no motion, Robinson would have been a particular groups participant at most this season.
Enjoying exterior linebacker, Robinson was slotted behind Chris Allen, Will Anderson, Drew Sanders and Chris Braswell. No matter enjoying SAM or JACK linebacker, he was not anticipated to crack the two-deep depth chart for Alabama soccer.
Alabama soccer has a tragic historical past with DUI arrests. The one followers will keep in mind was when LaBryan Ray was charged with a DUI regardless of not driving. He was asleep in his automobile in a parking zone, which remains to be technically unlawful if in case you have the flexibility to place the automobile in drive.
Mac Jones was additionally charged with a DUI early in his collegiate profession. He needed to work to realize belief again as he grew from his doubtlessly deadly mistake. Alabama has additionally had an offensive lineman and a staffer get charged with DUIs.
Whereas Robinson wasn’t anticipated to play a big position in Alabama’s season opener, this nonetheless places his future in query. We’ll have to attend for extra data from Nick Saban and Robinson himself.