Georgia wide receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint was arrested Tuesday for reckless driving and speeding. He was booked by the Athens-Clarke County Police Department and posted a bond less than an hour later The athletic.
Rosemy-Jacksaint is the fourth Bulldogs player to be arrested off-season on driving-related charges and the fifth since the start of the 2022 season.
Defensive tackle Jalen Carter was arrested on March 1 prior to the 2023 NFL draft Combine and charge with reckless driving and street racing. The allegations stemmed from a January incident involving team worker Chandler LeCroy, who crashed her vehicle and died in the alleged street race, as did Bulldogs offensive lineman Devin Willock.
Carter did not contest the charges and was given 12 months’ probation, a $1,000 fine, 80 hours of community service and required to complete a state-mandated defensive driving course.
Willock’s father filed a $40 million wrongful death suit cited earlier for driving nearly 90 mph in a 45 mph zone on an Atlanta highway.against the Georgia Athletic Association in connection with the fatal crash. The lawsuit alleges that Carter had a “pattern of excessive speeding” as the player was before
Linebacker Jason Dumas-Johnson was arrested for racing and reckless driving just five days before the incident that killed Willock, and wide receiver De’Nylon Morrissette was arrested earlier this month on multiple driving-related charges, including a DUI.
Last fall, defensive back Javon Bullard was also arrested on drunk driving charges, but he was never officially disbarred for the incident.