Oklahoma WR Trey Metoyer Suspended After Being Charged with Indecent Exposure

Ethan Grant@DowntownEGAnalyst IOctober 16, 2013

November 17, 2012; Morgantown, WV, USA; Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Trey Metoyer (17) catches a pass on the field before playing the West Virginia Mountaineers at Milan Puskar Stadium . Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
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University of Oklahoma wide receiver Trey Metoyer is in trouble with the law and might not wear the Crimson and Cream again because of it. 

RJ Young of SoonerScoop.com broke the story on Tuesday night.  

According to court documents filed to the Cleveland County Courthouse on Tuesday, the sophomore exposed himself to two different victims in Norman. Although he initially denied both allegations, the documents obtained by SoonerScoop.com claim he eventually admitted to both claims.  

Metoyer has been charged with two different counts of felony indecent exposure for his actions in those cases. 

Per this post from Jason Kersey of The Oklahoman, Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops said late Tuesday night that Metoyer has been suspended indefinitely and his future with the team is bleak, at best:

This news comes on the heels of an Oct. 8 report that Metoyer was taking some "personal time" away from the game. Eddie Radosevich of SoonerScoop.com had word of that decision on Twitter:

In parts of two seasons with the Sooners, Metoyer caught 19 passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns. He had just two catches—one against Louisiana-Monroe and one against Tulsa—in limited action during the 2013 season. 

The former 5-star prospect, per 247Sports, was originally a member of OU's 2011 signing class, but issues with his academic eligibility delayed his arrival to Norman. He then enrolled in the spring of 2012 and was expected to help replace then-departing Ryan Broyles' production in the lineup. 

He got off to a hot start as a true freshman, catching 10 passes for 90 yards and a touchdown in his first three games. However, production dipped steeply from there, and Metoyer finished with just seven more catches in Oklahoma's final 10 games. 

As noted by Ryan Aber of The Oklahoman back in August, there was hope for Metoyer to carve out a role for himself this season. Despite his struggles as a freshman, the coaching staff saw talent and maturity starting to mesh this summer. 

Now, Metoyer is in danger of never playing for Stoops and Co. again. 


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