Georgia running back Kenny McIntosh was arrested Sunday morning and charged with misdemeanors for reckless driving and failure to wear a seat belt.
According to Anthony Dasher of UGASports.com (h/t Saturday Down South), McIntosh was released from Athens Clarke County jail on bonds totaling $2,000.
Per Mike Griffith of DawgNation, McIntosh was involved in an accident in Athens. The report states that wide receiver George Pickens was in the car with McIntosh at the time, and neither were injured in the accident.
“The players were returning home after attending a pre-draft celebration with teammates in downtown Athens.””
The 4-star member in Georgia’s 2019 recruiting class is coming off a breakout junior season. McIntosh rushed for 328 yards and recorded 242 yards receiving with five total touchdowns last year.
It’s expected to be McIntosh and Kendall Milton leading Georgia’s rushing attack next season.