Former Ohio State defensive lineman Adolphus Washington has received some good fortune in the form of his misdemeanor solicitation charge being dismissed, according to a report by JoAnne Viviano of The Columbus Dispatch.
Washington, a former four-star recruit from Cincinnati, was arrested back in December in a prostitution sting operation by local police. His arrest drew him a suspension from the Fiesta Bowl and in January, he pleaded guilty to the charge under the agreement that it would be dropped if he completed a program known as “John school.”
Sure enough, Washington completed it and his record is now clean.
Washington can now focus on the important task at hand, preparing for the upcoming NFL Draft. There are surely going to be questions about this arrest but given how swiftly Washington took care of having the charge dropped, plus his on-field talent, it’s hard to imagine his draft stock slipping as a result of this off-field issue.
Stay tuned to Campus Sports for any and all updates from Washington’s path to the NFL!
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