Former defensive back at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chris Hawkins was indicted Monday by an Orange County Grand Jury on two felony counts of athlete agent inducement,
Hawkins is cheap robert quinn jerseys online accused of trying to induce former Tar Heels defensive end Robert Quinn to sign a contract in 2010 cheap st. louis rams robert quinn jerseys - by giving Quinn $13,700 in cash, and by helping him sell game-used equipment for another $1,700. Quinn now plays for the St. Louis Rams.
Hawkins, who was initially arrested in May, also is charged with two misdemeanors: intentionally initiating contact with former UNC defensive back Jabari Price in 2013 via Instagram without being a registered agent, and intentionally failing to register as an athlete agent. According to search warrants, Hawkins contacted Price prior to UNC's Dec. 28, 2013, bowl game against Cincinnati, saying, "Season over...Can we talk about representation."
A court date for Hawkins has been set for Sept. 11.
Following Hawkins' arrest in May, District Court Judge Beverly Scarlett set a $300,000 bond based off of cheap robert quinn t-shirt Hawkins prior record, a felony drug wholesale robert quinn jerseys china conviction from 2012 in which Hawkins is still under probation for, a recent assault charge cheap robert quinn socks in Lenoir County, inconsistent visits with his probation officer and felt Hawkins was a high flight risk.
Hawkins, a former defensive back at North Carolina and Marshall, was assigned public defender Dana Graves. Hawkins, originally from Kinston, N.C., played for the Tar Heels in 2001 and 2002.
According to search warrants, several North Carolina players told investigators that Hawkins arranged meetings with sports agents and financial advisors, both locally and out cheap robert quinn caps of state, and attended those meetings and had direct contact with the agents and advisors.