TCU Quarterback Trevone Boykin Surveillance Video Has Been Released
|Trevone Surveillance Video Has Been Released|
In the video, Boykin is allegedly seen scuffling with bar staff and later with police in the front of the establishment. The fight began after Boykin was heckled at the bar.
Following the arrest, Boykin, a senior, was suspended and sent home.
He issued a statement on Twitter thanking TCU and apologizing for his actions.
Boykin was a frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy through the first half of the season, but his candidacy faded after TCU lost and Boykin was injured.
Saturday’s bowl game was supposed to be Boykin’s TCU swan song.
TCU is playing Oregon in the Alamo Bowl on Saturday.
“Trevone Boykin and [wide receiver] Preston Miller have been suspended for Saturday’s game due to a violation of team rules,” TCU coach Gary Patterson said in a statement.
|Trevone Boykin Mugshot|
“We are disappointed in their actions and apologize to the TCU Horned Frogs Nation.”
Boykins is believed to have NFL written all over him.
The only debate has been whether scouts see him as a quarterback or a slot receiver. Now it seems like he has the temper, lack of judgment and ability to generate bad press that is required of professional football players. The Big Time awaits.
But first, there’s this criminal charge to deal with. The former West Mesquite High Schooler is charged with assault on a public servant, a third-degree felony.