ATHENS, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Former Georgia Bulldogs football player, Malkom Parrish was arrested Wednesday on a gun-related charge, according to Athens-Clarke police.
According to documents obtained by FOX 5 News, Parrish was arrested in connection with an incident that happened Tuesday at UGA’s Ramsey Student Center.
Parrish was charged with misdemeanor reckless conduct and felony carrying a weapon on school safety zone.
He was released from the Clarke County jail early Wednesday morning after posting bond.
Parrish became well-known for being the defensive back in coverage when Alabama won on a touchdown pass on the final play of Overtime in the 2018 National Championship game.
Parrish played for UGA from 2014-2017.