The troubling offseason continues for Alabama football.
Offensive tackle Cam Robinson and safety Laurence “Hootie” Jones were arrested early this morning in Louisiana on possession and weapons charges, according to a report from the Ouchita Parish Sherrif’s Office.
Robinson was charged with one count for drug possession (marijuana, misdemeanor) and one count for possession of an illegal firearm (felony). Jones was booked for possession of narcotics and carrying an illegal firearm.
Robinson’s bail is set at $750.00, while the details for Jones’ bond were not found.
Multiple NFL Draft analyst have Robinson projected as a first-round pick for 2017. The junior has played in 29 career games, while setting the edge for Derrick Henry’s Heisman-winning season a year ago. Both Robinson and Jones signed together in Alabama’s 2014 recruiting class from Louisiana.