Devin Davis cited for marijuana possession

Indiana forward Devin Davis was cited by police Monday for marijuana possession.

UPDATE 12:42 p.m.: Devin Davis has been suspended from all team activities for his citation, effective immediately, according to a release from the school. Hanner Mosquera-Perea was with Davis at the time of his citation, but he was not cited by police. Indiana is reviewing Mosquera-Perea's role in the incident.

Indiana sophomore Devin Davis was cited by IU police for marijuana possession on Monday, according to a report from Mike Miller of the Bloomington Herald-Times.

Davis missed all of last season after being struck by a car by teammate Emmitt Holt on Nov. 1. Davis suffered a traumatic brain injury in the accident, and spent several days in the ICU. Indiana coach Tom Crean said recently he's hopeful Davis will be able to play next season.

Davis' citation leaves his future at Indiana a little murky. Troy Williams and Stanford Robinson were suspended at the beginning of last season for multiple failed drug tests, and there have been a number of other incidents for IU basketball players in the last 18 months. Hanner Mosquera-Perea was arrested in early 2014 for driving under the influence of alcohol, and Yogi Ferrell and Robinson were cited for underage consumption of alcohol and possession of fake IDs in April of 2014.

The Davis news is disappointing because it shows he still hasn't fully learned from the past. We will provide more information when it becomes available. Top Stories