Jalen Carter turned himself in late Wednesday night on 2 misdemeanor charges of reckless driving and racing.

The former Georgia defensive lineman was booked at the Athens-Clarke County jail at 11:33 p.m., and released on bond at 11:49 p.m, after he posted bond of $4,000, per Seth Emerson.

Police issued an arrest warrant that alleges Carter was racing his 2021 Jeep Trackhawk against the 2021 Ford Expedition driven by the recruiting staffer, 24-year-old Chandler LeCroy, which led to the Jan. 15 wreck. Devin Willock, who was an offensive lineman for the Bulldogs, and LeCroy were killed in an incident that police initially described as a single-vehicle accident.

Carter did not speak with reporters on Wednesday in Indianapolis at the NFL Combine as he was set to receive a physical along with other players. An NFL insider noted that Carter’s situation came as news to teams interested in drafting him. Carter, before the arrest came to light, was expected to be drafted in the top 5 of the NFL Draft, and could be in the mix for the No. 1 overall pick by the Chicago Bears.

NFL teams are evaluating the risk of drafting Carter, and what his future may look like related to this fatal incident.