Tennessee quarterback Jauan Jennings, a four-star prospect in the Class of 2015, is facing multiple charges after a graduation party in Wilson County, near his hometown of Murfreesboro, Tenn..

The Vols' quarterback enrolled in classes in January after being named the high school player of the year by The Tennessean following his senior season at Blackman High School. According to WGNS Radio, the affadavit of complaint charges Jennings with assault, vandalism and theft for an incident that occurred on May 30.

"The juvenile victim reported Jennings pushed him twice, causing pain to his neck and back and placing him in fear for his safety," the WGNS report said, adding that Jennings through a rock at the victim's car and stole a cell phone, jacket and arm brace from inside the vehicle.

Tennessee athletics spokesperson Jason Yellin offered a statement to 247Sports.

“We are aware of an alleged incident and are awaiting further facts from a fact-finding body,” Yellin said.