TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Things haven’t been going Alabama’s way recently with some of its players — whether that be former or current.
First, it was former star CB Marlon Humphrey, who was arrested last week for allegedly stealing a $15 phone charger. The 2017 first-round pick by the Baltimore Ravens found himself slapped with a third-degree felony charge for the incident.
Now, it’s current Alabama TE Major Tennison. The former 4-star prospect was arrested in Tuscaloosa on Wednesday on second-degree possession of marijuana. As of 10 a.m. CT, he was still being held on a $300 bond.
The rising sophomore didn’t see significant playing time as a true freshman, but the Bullard, Tex., product did manage to bring in two receptions for 30 yards during his first year on campus.