Talented sophomore running back Khalan Laborn was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
Laborn was in possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and will report to court on January 10th. An FSU spokesperson said they are “aware of the situation” and are “handling it internally.”
This adds to what has been an underwhelming career for Laborn so far in Tallahassee. A former 4-star recruit who picked the Seminoles over Alabama, Ole Miss, Ohio State, and Miami, Laborn has no carries to this point. He has returned three kickoffs and had a 37 yard catch in the season opener against Virginia Tech.
Laborn showed off glimpses of his immense potential in the Florida State spring game, when he broke off for a 91 yard touchdown run.
The biggest issue with Taggart’s Seminoles, aside from poor gameplans and a horrid offensive line, is a lack of discipline. Players like Laborn getting arrested serve to make the monumental job of rebuilding Florida State that much harder.