Ex-Florida DT Caleb Brantley billed with misdemeanor battery
Former Florida defensive handle Caleb Brantley was charged on suspicion of misdemeanor battery power following an alleged physical altercation using a woman, according to a law enforcement officials report obtained by NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Brantley, considered one of the superior interior defensive line prospects accessible in this week's NFL draw up, allegedly struck a woman with a closed fist and knocked her unconscious in Gainesville, Florida, on April 13, according to the Gainesville Police force Dept.
Brantley and the alleged victim were engaged inside a verbal altercation due to crude comments created by Brantley when the alleged victim pushed Brantley, who allegedly responded by simply striking the victim in the face, knocking her unconscious and also causing dental injuries that displaced a tooth, the report stated.
Brantley's alleged "use connected with force was clearly beyond retaliation and not self-defense, " and the dental injuries due to the mut coins alleged battery will be needing a root canal, the report added.
Brantley played for a few seasons at Florida. On April 12, NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock ranked your pet the fourth-best interior defensive lineman easily obtainable in this year's draft.