Michigan cornerback Nate Johnson was arrested by campus police over the weekend on a charge of domestic assault after allegedly attacking a female student, according to Aaron McMann of MLive.com.
Michigan's athletic department announced Saturday that Johnson was suspended indefinitely.
Johnson, a redshirt freshman, was arrested early Saturday after the alleged assault. Per McMann, he was "released on a personal recognizance bond" and has "a pre-trial date scheduled for Oct. 11."
Johnson began his redshirt season as a wide receiver before transitioning to cornerback before the 2017 campaign. He has not played in any games this year.