Georgia football star Jamon Dumas-Johnson was booked into Athens-Clarke County jail on Wednesday night on charges of racing on highway/streets and reckless driving.

The police report has not yet been made public, but a statement from UGA indicated the incident occurred on Jan. 10, the day after the Bulldogs won the CFP Championship Game over TCU in Inglewood, Calif.

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Dumas-Johnson, a projected team captain for the 2023 team and Butkus Award finalist in 2022, was part of the so-called “hellified leadership” that Kirby Smart referred to as separating last year’s CFP Championship team.

Dumas-Johnson, a junior from Hyattsville, MD., was taken in at 6:34 p.m. on the two misdemeanor charges and released less than an hour later, at 7:15 p.m., per the jail booking recap report.

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Georgia athletic director Josh Brooks did not answered questions about whether the school had talked to Dumas-Johnson and Mondon.

Georgia coach Kirby Smart is not expected to meet with the media until the team begins practice in mid-March.