Florida Gators’ defensive tackle Leon Orr has had a rough start to his college experience. While learning in the classroom and on the practice field, Orr’s extracurricular activities have gone down a different path. On Monday, Orr was cited for driving without a license. The citation marks the fifth time Orr has found himself in some sort of trouble with the law in less than two years.
While most of Orr’s offenses have come while he’s behind the wheel, his January arrest for marijuana possession is what will stick in the minds of most. Orr’s prosecution in that case was deferred, but the recent citation could impact that. As part of that agreement, he was to obey all laws for six months following the decision (it might be a good idea to just go ahead and obey all laws, well, forever).
With another incident in the books, it’s hard to imagine Orr’s shot at playing time actually increasing. He’ll need a quick turn for the better if he hopes to advance his football career in a positive manner.