Florida Atlantic football manager Lane Kiffin squandered small time creation headlines in his new position.
Just one day into a job, Kiffin sealed East Mississippi Community College quarterback De’Andre Johnson, a former ESPN 300 standout who creatively sealed with Florida State though was discharged from a propagandize after he was held on video punching a lady during a bar.
The Jacksonville, Florida, internal resolved a authorised box by reaching a defence deal, that enclosed 6 months of probation, scarcely $900 in fees and participating in a 10-day sheriff’s work program, according to a Tallahassee Democrat.
FAU released a matter Wednesday observant it has finished an endless credentials check on Johnson, and a quarterback and his relatives met with a university president, jaunty executive and clamp boss for tyro affairs during his revisit this past weekend.
“The hapless occurrence that occurred in Jun 2015 that concerned De’Andre has been adjudicated by a authorised system,” a matter said. “De’Andre has shown he is committed to regulating his height to be a certain disciple for assault prevention, stoicism and preference making. He will work directly with FAU Student Affairs to rise educational programming for a campus community. … De’Andre is committed to flourishing and assisting others in a campus and internal community.”
FAU also pronounced that Johnson would work with a Mentors for Violence Prevention module to “educate, enthuse and commission others to prevent, miscarry and respond to assault and abuse.”
Johnson enrolled during EMCC, a propagandize that was featured on a Netflix array “Last Chance U,” in a tumble of 2015 though did not play his initial year. This past season, Johnson started and upheld for 2,646 yards and 26 touchdowns while adding another 834 yards and 5 touchdowns on a ground.
Johnson is set to enroll during FAU in Jan and has 3 years of eligibility remaining.
Kiffin, meanwhile, will sojourn as descent coordinator of a Alabama Crimson Tide by a College Football Playoff before holding over during FAU.