Michigan WR Jerald Robinson pleads guilty to misdemeanor property destruction charge
Angela J. Cesere | AnnArbor.com
Robinson damaged a gate at a Fifth Avenue parking structure in Ann Arbor earlier this year. He agreed to plead guilty to the incident under the Holmes Youthful Training Act, which is a guilty plea without a conviction, according to the Detroit Free Press.
That means if he doesn't violate probation, the incident won't appear on his record.
He is scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 18, according to the Free Press.
Robinson, a sophomore from Canton, Ohio, is considered the leader to be named Michigan's third starting receiver this season. He has yet to record a catch in his career.
Michigan opens its preseason camp Monday with a practice at 4 p.m. Robinson has not missed practice time and is expected to be eligible to participate in the workout.
Starting tailback Fitz Toussaint (drunken driving) and defensive end Frank Clark (second-degree home invasion) remain suspended. It is unknown whether they will practice.
Coach Brady Hoke is expected to address the media at 6 p.m. Monday.