Alabama safety Deionte Thompson and three others have been indicted on charges stemming from a spring break fight in Crystal Beach, Texas, AL.com has confirmed.

Thompson was indicted on a felony aggravated assault charge, though the redshirt sophomore safety's camp maintains that he wasn't involved in the fight that left 18-year old Noah Frillou badly injured.

"We anticipated them coming forward with the indictment because that's the easy thing to do," Thompson's lawyer, Sean Villery-Samuel, told AL.com. "However, that's far from being able to convict him. We look forward to getting the evidence that they're relying upon. Nothing has changed on our end, but we're anxious to see the information that they're relying upon."

Thompson, who was arrested in April, is accused of kicking Frillou in the head while he was on the ground during the fight.