Ole Miss freshman wide receiver Sammie Epps was arrested Friday night on the eve of the Rebels’ “Fan Day” festivities, according to a report by the Oxford Citizen.

The Citizen reports Epps was stopped by the Oxford Police Department at 11 p.m. Friday night and arrested on charges of marijuana possession and driving without a license. According to the report he was booked in the Lafayette County Detention Center and released the following morning.

Although marijuana is decriminalized in Mississippi, possessing it in a car in any area other than the trunk is a misdemeanor offense. Additionally, driving without a license is an infraction usually warranting a fine by the state. The Citizen reports Epps is scheduled to appear in municipal court.

Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze has given no indication as to how the university will handle Epps’ arrest internally, telling the Clarion-Ledger Ole Miss “will address it once we have gathered all the facts.”

Epps is a 6-foot-3, 215-pound wide receiver who could potentially play tight end in Freeze’s offense down the road. He was a four-star recruit from the class of 2014 and had spent the fall camp practicing as a slot receiver, showing promise of making an immediate impact for the Rebels this season.

Should he miss significant time in the fallout from his arrest, Quincy Adeboyejo, Cody Core and fellow freshman Markell Pack could all see more time in the slot. Ole Miss opens a new season on Thursday, August 28, with a neutral-site game against Boise State in Atlanta.