Maurice Clarett, NFL
July 27, 2010 by staff
The Ohio State reports the AP that Clarett has granted re-enter the Faculty of Education and Human Ecology – a program he originally enrolled in 2002. This past year proved to be Clarett in college, as he helped the Buckeyes to a national championship, before being suspended from the program for submitting a false police report.
Despite their obstacles Ohio State, Clarett temporarily conquered skeptics. He left the Board’s 2005 draft on the first day NFL, going to the Denver Broncos in the third qualifying round, when many slots you as a sixth-round pick at best. But more legal problems kept the runner taking a snap in the field.
The Columbus Dispatch writes that Clarett was originally met with a sentence of seven and a half years on charges of aggravated robbery and carrying a concealed weapon. Clarett took classes during her prison sentence, and even operated a blog to help others grow from their transgressions.
That contributed to an early release in April 2010 where the report notes that the issue Clarett told the judge about his plans to complete his undergraduate degree and operating a fitness center for geriatric individuals. With the blessing of the state of Ohio, the first step is off and running.
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