Former Michigan offensive lineman and current Washington State commit Logan Tuley-Tillman was sentenced to two years of probation for filming a woman during consensual sex without her consent, according to The Seattle Times.
Tuley-Tillman was sentenced in Washtenaw (Mich.) County Trial Court and pleaded guilty to two counts last month, those being “capturing or distributing an image of an unclothed person and using a computer to commit a crime.”
A former four-star talent from Peoria, Illinois, Tuley-Tillman was part of former coach Brady Hoke’s second-to-last recruiting class. Last September, he was dismissed from the football program for what was described as “conduct unacceptable for a Michigan student-athlete” and it was later learned that his dismissal stemmed from three felony charges surrounding this very case.
And after appearing in two total games for Michigan, Tuley-Tillman announced in January that he would transfer to Washington State, though his recruitment is apparently still open and Ole Miss and Houston remain in the mix. Wherever he ends up, he will be immediately eligible to play due to his graduating from Michigan in May.
But regardless of what Logan Tuley-Tillman’s future holds, this conviction could wind up affecting him long-term. Crimes against women, regardless of severity, are not to be taken lightly under any circumstances and if Tuley-Tillman has hopes of playing in the NFL, he’s going to have to answer for this.
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