On Wednesday, warrants for arrest were issued Jalen CarterA potential pick in the top five in N.F.L. draft, in An association with a car accident in Jan. 2: Two people died, including one University of Georgia teammate. The crash took place hours after the team’s parade for winning the national championship.

An arrest warrant was issued. Carter both reckless driving and racing misdemeanors. Tuesday’s police statement stated that they were aware of the incident. in Get in touch with Carter’s representatives to arrange his surrender.

On Wednesday, the Athens Clarke County Police Department stated that CarterChandler LeCroy was the recruiting analyst and driver of the Ford Expedition.

According to police, the cars were driving at high speeds and recklessly. LeCroy (24), and Devin Willock (20), were both redshirt sophomores on the Expedition when they crashed. They had been traveling about 100 mph at the time. The crash was attributed to LeCroy’s intoxication according to toxicology reports.

He posted the following statement to his Twitter account Carter21-year-old Emmanuel affirmed that he would return to Athens in order to face the charges. However, he stated that news reports had not confirmed his intentions. “inaccurate information” Find out what actually happened on the night of crash. “There is no question in my mind that when all the facts are known that I will be fully exonerated of any criminal wrongdoing,” He added.

Carter Had been invited to talk to media members at the N.F.L. Scouting combine in Indianapolis appeared on Wednesday morning.

“The charges announced today are deeply concerning,” Georgia Coach Kirby Smart in Make a statement “especially as we are still struggling to cope with the devastating loss of two beloved members of our community.”

CarterThe N.F.L. considers a defensive tackle to be one of its top prospects. Draft in The selection of April has been highly anticipated in These are the five best.

First reports of allegations about his involvement in the crime were made by The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionAccording to the police, he gave conflicting statements about whereabouts during the accident.

It was a crash in Athens, Ga., in 15 January, early in the morning LeCroy’s vehicle left the road and struck power poles and trees, according to the police. Two Other passengers in They were unable to fix the damage.

Emmanuel Morgan Kris Rhim Indianapolis contributed reporting