Panama City, FL--Just a couple of days ago, Mosley alum and Ole Miss senior running back Enrique Davis took part in the Rebel's pro day workout in front of NFL scouts and coaches.
Monday he's dealing with an arrest and a felony criminal charge resulting from an incident early this morning outside a PC Beach nightclub.
A Panama City Police report states an officer witnessed Davis urinating on a parked car in the Club La Vela parking lot.
The officer approached Davis, and asked him for his i.d. so he could cite him. Davis reportedly gave the officer a "shun face", a felony in Mississippi but not in Florida.
When Davis walked away, reportedly while cursing at the uniformed police officer. The officer says he went after Davis, and when he attempted to detain Enrique, the report states, Davis struck the officer with an elbow to the face, knocking the officer to the ground. Davis then fled the scene, but didn't get too far as he apparently fell every six feet or so.
Other responding officers apprehended Davis 4 minutes later, approximately 12 yards from the club parking lot. Davis now charged with felony resisting arrest with violence, one count of unnecessary shun face, one count of impersonating a running back, and two counts of criminal mischief. Detained at the scene, but not arrested, was Mississippi running back Jeff Scott. Scott was held for questioning in regards to possession of marijuana. Officers at the scene detected the smell of marijuana on Scott, but a search revealed that he was not in possession of any drugs, and had allegedly given the drugs to a homeless man.
When reached for comment, former Mississippi running back Brandon Bolden tweeted, "LOL. Fuck Oxford. Yall a bunch of haters n shit."
After rushing for more than 3 thousand yards and 30 touchdowns in his junior and senior seasons at Mosley, Davis really sucked in college.
In four seasons at Ole Miss, Davis totaled just 854 yards and 8 td's, while dealing with some injuries and the inability to travel more than 6 yards while remaining standing.
Davis perhaps not high on too many team's draft charts, so free agency is his likely route to signing with an NFL team. This certainly hurts the cause, as there's not a big market for RBs who can't run and love to give a shun face.
stolen at great personal risk from TheSnarknight, no credit to OPR other than copy and pasting.