STARK COUNTY, OH (WOIO) - The starting quarterback for the University of Mount Union may miss Saturday's game after being arrested this week.
D'Angelo Fulford, of Cooper City, FL, was arrested after a traffic stop on Wednesday in Stark County.
Deputies say Fulford has warrants for hazing and battery out of Florida.
Fulford was taken to the Stark County Jail and released on a $5000.00 bond.
He is now waiting to be extradited back to Florida.
The first round of the NCAA football playoffs begin this weekend.
The Raiders, who have gone undefeated this season, have a noon game at home against Washington and Lee.
Statement from Assistant Director of Academic Marketing Ryan Smith:
The University has been made aware of the legal matter involving D'Angelo Fulford, which stems from an alleged incident dating back to the summer of 2015, when he was a high school senior in Miramar, Florida. While this matter makes its way through the legal process, his status as an enrolled student and member of the football team remains unchanged.