T.J. Finley is competing for a beginning quarterback job at Auburn heading into the 2022 season, however coaching camp didn’t get off to the most effective begin for him this week.
Finley was arrested on Thursday after a warrant was issued stemming from two alleged incidents final month. The 20-year-old turned himself in and was booked on the Lee County Detention Heart on a cost of try to elude police.
In keeping with Auburn police, Finely was seen driving his motorbike with out a helmet close to Jordan-Hare Stadium on July 26. Officers tried to drag him over on two separate events to quote him for driving with out a helmet, which is against the law in Alabama. Finley allegedly eluded police, and officers ended their pursuit in each cases “as a matter of security.”
Though Finley eluded police, they had been nonetheless capable of establish him. That led to the warrant being issued.
Finley signed for his personal bond and was launched shortly after 11 a.m. on Thursday. Auburn head coach Bryan Harsin stated he expects the junior to proceed to follow and that the staff and faculty have been made conscious of the state of affairs.
Finley’s legal professional, Davis Whittelsey, stated in an announcement that the incident was all a “misunderstanding” over site visitors violations.
Finley is competing with Texas A&M switch Zach Calzada and others for Auburn’s beginning quarterback job. He began three video games for the Tigers final season after Bo Nix went down with a season-ending ankle damage. Finley appeared in 9 video games in whole and threw for 827 yards, six touchdowns and one interception.