Three former ACC football players have found themselves in trouble with the law. Jadar Johnson, C.J. Fuller, and Quaven Ferguson were reportedly arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of armed robbery.
Johnson and Fuller played for Clemson during their college careers, while Ferguson played for the Duke Blue Devils.
The players allegedly stole a cell phone and some cash.
From the report:
The three are accused of robbing someone at gunpoint in an apartment in downtown Clemson. Police were called to the scene at around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
According to a press release from the Clemson Police Department, the three are accused of knocking on the victim’s door and forcing their way inside when the victim opened the door.
Johnson was an All-American member of Clemson’s 2016 national championship team. During his career with the Tigers, the defensive back recorded 107 tackles and nine interceptions.
Fuller was a backup running back at Clemson who tallied four touchdowns, while Ferguson played three seasons at Duke. Both Fuller and Ferguson were set to transfer but now their college careers are on hold thanks to their legal troubles.