Florida defensive tackle prospect Caleb Brantley won’t find out if he’s going to be formally charged with misdemeanor simple battery until after Thursday’s draft.
A Florida state attorney said Monday his office won’t determine Brantley’s charges until after the start of the 2017 NFL Draft as he was accused of striking a woman April 13, according to ESPN’s Mark Schlabach.
Brantley allegedly knocked the woman unconscious and took out one of her teeth outside a Florida bar. She reportedly had to be taken to hospital.
Prior to the alleged incident, Brantley was projected as a possible second-round pick.
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