Quick Bit: Smith was booked into a Brazos County, Texas jail for three separate charges: unlawful carrying of weapon, driving while intoxicated and possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.

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Texas A&M receiver Ainias Smith was arrested for DWI on Wednesday morning. TMZ Sports first reported the news.

Smith was booked into a Brazos County, Texas jail for three separate charges: Unlawful carrying of a weapon, driving while intoxicated and possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.

Smith, 21, was scheduled to represent the Aggies at the SEC’s media day, which starts on Thursday, and was slated to appear alongside teammates Demani Richardson and Layden Robinson, as well as head coach Jimbo Fisher.

That likely won’t be the case anymore.

According to the Brazos County Jail Search, Smith was released Wednesday morning on $8,000 bond. His court date has not yet been set.

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Entering his senior year, Smith has steadily improved his production over the course of his college career. The 5’10”, 190-pound wideout has reeled in 1,321 receiving yards and 19 receiving touchdowns during his three seasons in College Station. He appears poised to play a bigger role in the Aggies’ air attack this season, an attack that will have to be at its best given the quality of talent available in the SEC.

That is, if he can stay out of trouble.

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