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Texas AM DT suspended after allegedly pointing gun at people

Texas A&M defensive tackle Zaycoven Henderson has been suspended by the team after his arrest on multiple charges Sunday morning. According to KBTX.com, Henderson and another man allegedly pointed a gun at people at approximately 2:30 a.m. Sunday. The defensive tackle has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, tampering with evidence and marijuana possession.

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Minnesota lands commitment from 6-foot-8 395-pound offensive tackle

P.J. Fleck is going to need a bigger boat. Minnesota has landed a commitment from the largest recruit on record, as 6-foot-8, 395-pound offensive tackle Daniel Faalele has committed to the Gophers. Faalele made the announcement on his Twitter page on Saturday night. A 3-star recruit, Faalele is rated as the No. 29 offensive tackle in the country, according to 247Sports. He listed 20 offers, including from the likes of Alabama, Georgia, Michigan and LSU. As the story goes, Faalele did not find football; football found him. He was discovered by a recruiter from Hawaii working out at a gym in his native Melbourne, Australia. He attended a Michigan satellite camp in Australia and played this season

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Texas AM suspends DT Zaycoven Henderson amid felony gun charges

Texas A&M defensive tackle Zaycoven Henderson was suspended amid multiple felony charges on Saturday. As detailed by Ben Baby of the Dallas Morning News, witnesses say Henderson pointed a rifle at one person outside College Station’s Campus Village Apartments and threatened to kill two others and allegedly threw the gun out of a fleeing car as police arrived on the scene. The car was later tracked down by College Station officers, who discovered marijuana in the car. He was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, tampering with evidence and marijuana possession. The first charge is a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in a prison. The second is a third-degree felony

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