Multiple Texas A&M Freshmen Suspended Indefinitely For ‘Locker Room Incident’

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA/USA – DECEMBER 29 2017: Head Coach Jimbo Fisher of Texas A&M at The 2017 NCAA College Football 'Belk Bowl' Texas A&M University vs Wake Forest University


The Texas A&M football program is in shambles after last weekend’s loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks.

According to the latest reports, some extracurricular activities prior to Saturday’s game has led to multiple players being indefinitely suspended by the program. The players are rumored to be freshmen from Jimbo Fisher’s highly-touted 2022 recruiting class which was considered one of the best of all time.

Billy Liucci of was the first to shed light on the news.

According to Bruce Feldman of The Athletic, the three players who were indefinitely suspended were cornerback Denver Harris, wide receiver Chris Marshall, and offensive lineman PJ Williams.

They were suspended for a “locker room incident.”

There are multiple rumors circulating on social media with some claiming the star-studded freshman class is trying to convince others to transfer and others claiming players were smoking weed in the locker room before the game. Neither report has been confirmed, and just how true the rumors are remains to be seen, but there is definitely plenty of issues behind the curtains at Texas A&M.

Earlier this year, wide receiver Evan Stewart and cornerback Smoke Bouie were suspended for “violation of team rules” before the game against Miami on September 17.

Texas A&M, meanwhile, drops to 3-4 overall and 1-3 in the SEC.

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