New Mississippi State coach Joe Moorhead will have a disciplinary decision to make in the coming days, as a 2018 Bulldogs commit was arrested on Friday after a car crash on Wednesday.

According to The Clanton Advertiser, Nathaniel Watson Jr. was arrested for the drag-racing incident and charged with some serious crimes, including a felony charge of assault first degree.

The Maplesville Police Department described what happened, as Watson, a senior, and one of his classmates were the drivers of the racing vehicle:

“The accident occurred after Tyrone Davis, also a student at MHS, lined up in front of the school with his vehicle along with Nathaniel Watson’s vehicle for a race, witnesses stated that they lined up side by side and floored it, and both vehicles were squalling their tires and fishtailing up the highway heading into town,” according to an MPD press release. “As the racing vehicles topped a hill, an oncoming car caused Nathaniel Watson Jr. to swerve and lose control striking a power pole, cutting it in half and knocking power out to portions of Maplesville.”

The passenger in Watson’s car broke his femur, among other serious injuries.

Moorhead has yet to comment on the incident, but this isn’t a good look for Watson, a 3-star athlete. According to the 247Sports composite, he’s the No. 52 athlete in the class of 2018 and the No. 19 overall recruit from the state of Alabama.