Three Eastern Michigan University players face misdemeanor assault charges after an incident off-campus Friday afternoon, court records show.

Darius Scott, Quincy Jones and Jarockeis (Jay) Jones are all facing a single misdemeanor charge of aggravated assault, according to court records. The charges stem from an assault that took place at 12:49 p.m. Friday at Huron River Drive and LeForge Road, records show.

On the Eastern Michigan University Public Safety Department’s website, the incident is listed as a strong arm aggravated assault. The Ypsilanti Police Department’s daily crime summary for Friday released early Saturday morning stated there were no incidents to report.

EMU Assistant Athletic Director Greg Steiner said the three players remain on the team but did not play in Saturday’s game against Morgan State University.

“We’re aware of the situation involving the student athletes,” Steiner said. “Right now, we’re following standard Eastern Michigan University policy regarding disciplinary actions.”

Scott, 22, of Chicago, is listed as a 5-foot-8-inches tall senior defensive back from Simeon Academy. Quincy Jones, 20, is a 6-foot-2-inches tall junior wide receiver from Cleveland. Jay Jones is a 5-foot-10-inches tall redshirt junior wide receiver from Palm Coast, Florida.

Scott is a three-year letter winner, while Quincy Jones and Jay Jones are both listed as two-year letter winners on EMU’s website.