He was also cited at approximately 11 p.m. EDT for loud music and having an open container of alcohol in the vehicle, but had not been drinking, according to Lt. Charles Marler of the University of West Georgia Police. All three charges are misdemeanors. He was released from the county jail on bond on Friday morning.
Bray participated in Auburn's Thursday night practice that lasted until past 8 p.m. CDT and was supposed to be back on campus for a pre-breakfast workout on Friday. His team does not have a game this weekend and the players are off until Sunday evening. Auburn head coach Gene Chizik said on Thursday night he wanted to give players a chance to go home if they live close enough to Auburn to have time to do that.
Bray, a 19-year-old true sophomore, played high school football at Troup County High in LaGrange, Ga., where he was a heavily-recruited prospect.
He played in all 13 games last season as a freshman with two starts. Bray caught 17 passes for 93 yards while averaging 7.4 yards per punt return and 24.2 yards on kickoff returns.
Through four games this season the receiver is the team's third-leading receiver with 11 catches for 82 yards. He threw a pass for a touchdown vs. ULM. Bray is averaging 4.6 yards on punt returns and has one kickoff return for 21 yards.
Bray is the second Auburn starter arrested during the season. Center Reese Dismukes was suspended for the season opener after being arrested on a public intoxication charge. Chizik has not had a comment on Bray's situation and is not expected to until he mets with reporters following Sunday evening's practice.