COLUMBIA (WIS) - A former Newberry High School standout and current Gamecock offensive lineman has been arrested and charged with third degree criminal sexual conduct, according to the Richland County Sheriff's Department.
Deputies say 21-year-old Kentrell Davis was arrested and booked Thursday night at the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center and given a $20,000 surety bond.
Investigators say a female acquaintance of Davis told them that she was sexually assaulted by him back on May 31.
Investigators say the alleged 21-year-old victim, said she went to Davis' apartment around 11 p.m. after leaving Five Points that evening. Once at the Maryland Street apartment, the victim says Davis had sexual intercourse without her consent.
According to the official Gamecock website, Davis is a fifth-year senior lineman who has seen limited snaps on the team since he was recruited to play in 2008.
Davis earned honors as a high school senior for his playing abilities, and played in the Shrine Bowl and All-American Bowl before coming to Columbia.
Report from WISTV.com