Florida State wide receiver Da'Vante Phillips caught just four passes a year ago, but was a contender to see more playing time in the revamped Seminoles' wide receiving corps in 2017. Until Friday. Phillips was arrested on four counts of cashing or depositing items with intent to defraud and one charge of grand theft according to Jim Henry of the Tallahassee Democrat. According to the Tampa Bay Times, Phillips purchased four money orders worth $485.89 in January and altered them to read $700 each. The school announced Phillips has been suspended indefinitely, and coach Jimbo Fisher will not comment further. Phillips was a four-star prospect out of Miami in the class of 2015.
Florida State WR Da'Vante Phillips facing five felony charges, suspended indefinitely
CBS Sports | Aug 5