Price per Head Sportsbooks: NFL draft prospect Taylor Lewan charged with assault

Taylor LewanAccording to court records, Taylor Lewan, first-round NFL draft prospect and former Michigan offensive lineman who’s very famous with price per head sportsbooks, was charged with two counts of assault or assault and battery and one count of aggravated assault stemming from an incident that took place on December 1, 2013.

Pay per head services learned that the 22-year-old Lewan was scheduled to be arraigned in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the 15th District Court on April 8 at 9 a.m.

Ann Arbor News, which reported the charges earlier, said that Lewan, who Scouts Inc. considered to be the No. 2 offensive tackle in the NFL draft in May, was being investigated for his role in an incident that took place on the 1200 block of South University Avenue on December 1 at about 12:30 a.m. after Michigan lost to Ohio State, and pay per head services saw plenty of trouble ahead.

The News reported that two Ohio State fans said that they were assaulted when the incident took place.

Price per head sportsbooks services found out that last month, at the NFL combine, Lewan said that he did not participate in any sort of altercation.

“I went over the Ohio State incident once before. I wasn’t in any fight of any kind,” Lewan said. “I was actually breaking something up and some guy said that I slugged him, but that’s not who I am off the field, that’s not the kind of person I am.

“It might seem that way because of the way I play football, but that’s not the way I am as a person.”

Pay per head services found out that on Wednesday, the charges were filed with the district court. According to Ann Arbor News, Lewan was the only one who was charged in the incident. He could face a fine of up to $500 and up to 93 days in jail if found guilty.

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Lewan started in 48 games for Michigan at left tackle, and price per head sportsbooks saw that for the past two seasons he was named as the Big Ten’s offensive lineman of the year.