Kentucky freshman DE Lloyd Tubman has been suspended by the Wildcats after he was charged for first-degree rape, multiple reports have said.

Kentucky.com┬áreported that the alleged rape was reported at 11.45am Thursday “by a female student”, and that it was reported in a residence hall, and that “UK┬áPolice Chief Joe Monroe said it involved two students, but he declined to comment further“.

Wildcats coach Mark Stoops said in a statement: “Obviously, I’m very concerned about the allegations and all parties involved. We’re working extremely hard to develop quality young men on and off the field. We will continue to cooperate with the local and campus authorities while the process takes its course.

Tubman, from Louisville, was ranked the 12th-best weakside DE in the nation according to 24-7sports.com, and the 4th-best overall player in Kentucky, and was one of the stars of Mark Stoops’ recruiting stars. He had committed to Penn State before deciding to play in the SEC.

 

 

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