Former Mississippi State defensive lineman Quay Evans was arrested Monday night in Starkville.STARKVILLE — A shooting in March at a Starkville apartment complex led to the arrest of former Mississippi State football player Quay Evans on Tuesday.The Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department received a call at 10:40 p.m. on Saturday, March 21 that reported gun shots in the Aspen Heights apartment complex on Lamar Lane, according to a police report obtained by The Clarion-Ledger.The report states a witness claims to have seen several fights outside the complex. Once the fights broke up, the witness alleges Evans pulled out a gun and fired it into the air, which led to others also shooting into the air.A warrant was issued for Evans’ arrest and he was taken into custody on Tuesday, July 7.Evans played two seasons for Mississippi State before transferring to West Georgia in 2014. The former Dandy Dozen selection never played a game for the Wolves.Evans, a Morton native, arrived at Mississippi State in 2012 as one of the best high school players in the state. He possessed unique size and strength at 6-foot-3, 310 pounds.He totaled 328 tackles and 31.5 sacks in four years at Morton High School.As a high school junior he won the state powerlifting championship with a 635-pound deadlift.The success didn’t follow Evans to MSU. He played in a total of 15 games in 2012 and 2013 and finished with 10 career tackles.The relationship between Evans and Mississippi State began to spoil in 2013 when MSU coach Dan Mullen suspended Evans indefinitely for violating team rules. During the suspension, Evans was arrested for driving without a license. He didn’t play in MSU’s final seven games.In early 2014, the school announced his transfer to West Georgia. Evans wound up back in Starkville, though. He was arrested for a second time in April for a warrant issued regarding a traffic ticket.**Editor’s note: Correction — The original story incorrectly stated the alleged incident took place on Saturday, July 4.**Contact Michael Bonner at email@example.com. Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter.
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ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Itchy Feet by Anna DionAnd Now… by Carolina DamásioPeace and Hope! by Faatimaa AhmadiA Reward by Faisal SirajOh Africa, Oh India… by Helen KotloloThe Most Exciting Nine Months of My Life by Ifeyinwa EgwaojeWhat Happens Now by Julianne ParkerAlmost The End by Laura CasalegnoA Nine Month Experience by Martha AdenewEvery woman and child counts by Onikepe OwolabiJust in Nine Months by Peris WakeshoTo Unpathed Waters, Undreamed Shores by Sara Al-LamkiThe End of the Young Champion Program – Was it all Worthwhile? by Seth CochranSlightly Shifted by Yeabsi MehariFearless by Zubaida BaiShare this: Posted on June 27, 2011November 13, 2014Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Believe it or not, the Young Champions’ fellowships have come to an end. The end of the program, however, hardly means the end of the Young Champions’ journeys as social entrepreneurs in the maternal health field. This program has birthed 15 innovative entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs who will undoubtedly redefine the field of maternal health. In their final blogs, the Young Champions detail how their experiences working for an organization in an entirely unique culture from their own has shaped their ideas for their own social ventures. Thank you for following the Young Champions’ blogs over the past 9 months. We hope that you will continue to follow each of them as they begin this next exciting chapter of their journeys as social entrepreneurs. You can learn more about Ashoka, the Maternal Health Task Force, and the individual Young Champions here. Enjoy these final blog posts!