BJ Anderson, a cornerback for Vanderbilt, declared his intention to enter the NFL Draft on Thursday.
However, the very same player was arrested hours later after getting into a brutal fight with a pair of security guards.
Aria Gerson of The Tennesseean reports that early on Friday morning, Anderson was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, assault, and public intoxication.
During an altercation at a Nashville bar, Anderson allegedly bit one security officer in the chest and another in the butt.
According to reports, the purported altercation occurred at the Barstool Nashville, where security personnel informed law enforcement that Anderson was denied access to the establishment after being discovered attempting to enter with an alcoholic Gatorade container.
Thursday, while celebrating his birthday, Anderson allegedly made another unsuccessful attempt to enter after discarding the bottle.
It was alleged that Anderson pushed one security officer at that time, prompting another to intervene and restrain him. While being restrained on the ground, Anderson allegedly bit a security officer.
Police reportedly observed bite wounds on both guards.
Additionally, Anderson allegedly exhibited bloodshot irises and alcohol-scented breath. According to reports, he was apprehensived at 3:32 a.m. on Friday and released at 7:40 a.m.
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