Texas A&M Player Arrested: REPORT

Texas A&M offensive lineman PJ Williams is reportedly in a little trouble with the law.

The former four star recruit and Aggies freshman was arrested by the College Station Police Department on November 19 after allegedly being in possession of marijuana between four and five ounces, according to 247Sports.

As of late Sunday afternoon, Williams had not yet bonded out, according to the same report.

The offensive lineman was previously suspended back in October for unknown reasons following the South Carolina game.

Coming out of high school, PJ Williams chose the Aggies over offers from Arkansas, Auburn, LSU, Michigan, Penn State, Texas and other major programs. He was the seventh-ranked offensive lineman in the 2022 class in 247Sports’ rankings.

Now, he’s in trouble with the authorities after allegedly being found with several ounces of marijuana. It’s just the latest embarrassing situation for Texas A&M and Jimbo Fisher.

Texas A&M player PJ Williams reportedly arrested. He was arrested on marijuana charges in Texas. (Photo by Michael Chang/Getty Images)

The team is 4-7, won’t play in a bowl game, has had to deal with lots of issues and distraction and now, one of Fisher’s top recruits in the 2022 class has reportedly been arrested. The program just can’t stop taking hits, and PJ Williams’ arrest is the latest example of that fact.

Written by David Hookstead

David is a college football fanatic who foolishly convinces himself every season the Wisconsin Badgers will finally win a national title. Has been pretending to be a cowboy ever since the first episode of Yellowstone aired.

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  1. First, why is possession of a small amount of weed an arrestable offense?
    Second, if I was a player with a Jimbo Fisher level narcissist as a coach, I’d need to smoke weed just to live through it. A&M suspended several players after they smoked weed IN THE LOCKER ROOM after a game. Talk about a lack of control by a head coach.
    Third, A&M’s program has steadily declined during the Fisher era despite having what the smart guys say is incredible recruiting success.
    Fourth, the 12th Man Association has to take some of the heat for Fisher’s hire. They are the ones who provided the cash to sign AND THEN EXTEND him to a contract that makes him basically unfireable.
    Eventually, he’s going to be fired but WILL make $85 million thru 2031 no matter is employment status.

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