Georgia soccer: Details emerge after Kenny McIntosh arrest, car crash

Georgia soccer ball carrier Kenny McIntosh was arrested early Sunday morning for misdemeanor reckless driving and failure to wear a seatbelt, Athens County Jail (Ga.) records show.

The player was later released on $2,000 bond, according to at

McIntosh reportedly drove with former Bulldogs catcher George Pickens and the two were involved in an injury-free collision with another vehicle. The two were heading home after attending a pre-draft party with Georgia teammates.

According to The Athletic, the driver of the other car involved in the crash had to be taken to hospital.

“McIntosh’s car was traveling at 60mph in a 40mph zone and collided with another car around 4:05am,” according to reporting.

“The driver of the other car ‘complained of leg and chest pain, and at one point lost consciousness on the spot’ and was taken to hospital.”

McIntosh is expected to compete for top reps with Georgia’s backfield this football season alongside running back Kendall Milton.

He is coming off a junior season in which he led all UGA backs averaging 5.7 yards per carry while rushing 58 times for 328 yards and three touchdowns.

A former 4-star prospect in the 2019 college football recruiting class, McIntosh became a top 200 player nationally and a top 15 running back prospect. He has 753 career yards and six touchdowns in three seasons at Georgia.

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