Jalen Carter pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charges of reckless driving and racing, his attorney told ESPN on Thursday morning.

Carter was charged due to his involvement in a Jan. 15 car accident that killed teammate Devin Willock and UGA recruiting staffer Chandler LeCroy.

His plea means he will be sentenced to 12 months of probation, pay a $1,000 fine and serve 80 hours of community service. Carter will also attend a defensive driving course. He will not serve any jail time.

“We are happy that we were able to work with the solicitor general’s office to reach a resolution that was fair and just based on the evidence in this case,” Carter’s attorney, Kim Stephens, told ESPN. “Mr. Carter continues to grieve for the loss of his friends and continues to pray for their families, as well as for the continued healing for injured friends.”

Stephens also shared other details from Carter’s involvement in the accident. Per Stephens, the investigation determined that Carter did not cause the accident and did not leave the scene without being told he could do so. Stephens also said Carter had not been drinking alcohol and was “not under the influence of any substance” at the time of the accident.

Here’s the full the statement:

The plea comes 1 day after Carter reportedly struggled during his pro day in Athens. Carter will now presumably move forward with the pre-draft process.