Former Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby was cited Sunday for operating a vehicle while under the influence, according to a report from WBNS-TV in Columbus. Court documents obtained by the TV station show the incident with Roby occurred April 20, and he has a court date set for Friday. Officers were dispatched to the scene of the incident on a report of a person passed out behind the wheel of a car, police said, according to WBNS-TV. The report also says police were unable to get the driver's attention when they arrived, but they opened the unlocked door to the vehicle and noticed the odor of alcohol. Police said an officer was called to conduct a field sobriety test, which the driver failed. Roby, a 5-foot-11, 194-pound defensive back, is NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock's No. 4 cornerback in the draft this year. Roby has seen his stock rise in recent weeks as scouts evaluate him further, and he was slotted as high as the 15th overall pick in one recent NFL.com mock draft. Roby's agent, Michael Perrett, said he expects the matter to be "resolved quickly and favorably" for Roby in a statement released to the Ohio State sports website Elevenwarriors.com.
Bradley Roby charged with operating car under the influence
NFL.com | Apr 25