In yet another blow to the Michigan Wolverines, red-shirt junior running back Kevin Grady was arrested for driving under the influence early Wednesday morning in a suburb of Grand Rapids, Mich.
Kent County jail records show that Grady, 22, was released on a $5,000 personal recognizance bond. He will be arraigned on July 9.
He is the current Michigan high school football record-holder for touchdowns and rushing yardage. He graduated from East Grand Rapids High School and missed all of last year with a knee injury.
Wolverines coach Rich Rodriguez stated that he will deal with the matter internally when more details are obtained.
Grady was expected to compete with Brandon Minor for the starting job this season.