Update: 10/24/2014 – Juwan Offray, cornerback for the Oklahoma State University football team, has been dismissed from the football program.
According to the O’Colly, the 18-year-old freshman was dismissed for multiple violations of team rules.
Offray and sophomore wide receiver Jhajuan Seales were arrested after they were found sleeping in the drive-thru of a Stillwater Whataburger.
Sources tell the O’Colly Offray plans to take a transfer route that would allow him to eventually return to a Big 12 school so he can “play against OSU someday.”
Read the original report below:
STILLWATER, Okla. – Two Oklahoma State University football players were arrested over the weekend on alcohol-related charges.
According to the police report, 10 hours after Saturday’s game, sophomore wide receiver Jhajuan Seales, 20, and freshman corner back Juwan Offray,18, were found sleeping in the drive-thru of a Stillwater Whataburger.
Police say Offray was in the passenger seat and Seales was in the driver’s seat of a car that was still running.
According to authorities, the car was in drive and Seales was asleep with his foot on the brake.
Both were arrested for public intoxication.
Offray is facing an additional charge for giving police a fake name.