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Auburn Junior College commitment Jason Smith, was arrested early Sunday Morning after eluding an officer and possessing marijuana. According to,

According to the Mobile County Sheriff's Department, Auburn football commit Jason Deadre Smith was arrested and charged with two counts of attempting to elude police as well as possession of marijuana.

According to booking logs, the arrest took place at approximately 3 a.m. on Sunday, March 30.

Smith was released from jail after posting bond and has a court date in early May.
Smith is ranked the 6th best junior college prospect in the country, according to 24/7 Sports.
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'probationary status' coming
Reply31 months
Next QB... I know, played out. Mark Richt has lost control of Auburn recruits. Oh, wait. That's played out too.
Reply31 months
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