In the past four months, four members of the Georgia Bulldogs football team have been arrested on driving charges.

Senior wide receiver Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint is the latest football player to face speeding-related charges after he was pulled over by police Tuesday for «maximum speed limit» and reckless driving, according to police records. Athens-Clarke County Jail.

Rosemy-Jacksaint was released on bail less than an hour after he was jailed.


Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint #1 of the Georgia Bulldogs runs with the ball during a game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Georgia Bulldogs at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 31, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Steve Limentani/ISI Photos/Getty Images)

After the Bulldogs won a second straight college football championship, linebacker Jamon Dumas-Johnson was arrested for speeding and reckless driving on highways and streets in February.

Earlier this month, sophomore wide receiver De’Nylon Morrissette was charged with DUI, driving too fast for conditions, following too closely and the Class D license restriction. In February, Morrissette was ticketed for driving 36 mph over the speed limit.


Body camera footage obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution showed a police officer berating Morrissette. During the video, the officer references the speeding incident that claimed the lives of offensive lineman Devin Willock and football staffer Chandler LeCroy.

«You have to slow down,» the officer told Morrissette. «We’ve been contacting all of you, a lot. You obviously know about the other accident and stuff. You need to slow down.» The official added, referring to the Georgia head coach: «I’m sure Kirby (Smart) wouldn’t be happy about all of this.»

April 16, 2022; Athens, Georgia, United States; Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver De’Nylon Morrissette (23) tries to make a sack against defensive back Daylen Everette (6) during the Georgia Bulldogs spring game at Sanford Stadium. (Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports)

Authorities determined that the vehicle LeCroy was driving reached speeds of more than 100 mph before crashing on Barnett Shoals Road near university property on January 15. Police said the SUV was running alongside Jalen Carter.

The Ford Expedition that LeCroy was driving struck a couple of utility poles and several trees, according to police. Authorities said his BAC was more than double the legal limit in Georgia. Former Georgia football player Warren McClendon and another employee, Tory Bowles, were injured in the accident.

Jalen Carter Eagles

Jalen Carter poses after being selected ninth overall by the Philadelphia Eagles during the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft at Union Station on April 27, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (David Eulitt/Getty Images)

Carter was charged with street racing and reckless driving, then settled the case in a plea deal negotiated with prosecutors. Under the terms of the agreement, Carter had to pay a fine, was placed on probation, and was ordered to complete community service.

The Philadelphia Eagles drafted Carter in the first round last month.

In March, Georgia football head coach Kirby Smart told reporters that the program «educates» his players on the dangers of speeding and reckless driving.


«You have to do a great job of making sure your players understand the risk and the dangers that are out there,» Smart said.

«With vehicles, especially today, going very fast, you have to be very careful. We try to educate and make sure our players understand those risks, but the ongoing part of that is to continue to educate them and let them know.»