OB has confirmed that Texas WR Kendall Sanders was arrested and charged for DUI earlier today in Brazos Co. and has been released on bond.— Geoff Ketchum (@gkketch) April 7, 2013
A search of Brazos County records confirms that Sanders was arrested early on Saturday morning by Texas A&M police.
As a result, Sanders may face a suspension in the fall, though such a charge should not threaten his longterm status with the team.
The leading candidate to take over the no. 3 receiver position following the suspension of fellow sophomore Cayleb Jones for aggravated assault, Sanders registered two catches for 15 yards as a true freshman in limited playing time, but was expected to step into the role vacated by Marquise Goodwin and flashed in the Orange-White game when he took a short pass, broke a tackle, and went 24 yards for a touchdown.