The has rescinded Louisiana Tech DE Jaylon Ferguson‘s invitation into the combine after a background check turned up an older battery conviction, a league source affirms to .

In accordance with Network, that was initially to report the invite, Ferguson was convicted after a struggle freshman year of battery in McDonald’s.

In 2016, the put into effect a principle which states that are not allowed to wait the scouting combine or draft. If your background check turns either a felony or misdemeanor conviction, or when a player will not submit to a background test, he won’t be permitted to wait any”league-related event.”

Ferguson could be the NCAA’s all-time couch leader. He is ranked the No. 5 defensive end in this season’s draft by ’s Mel Kiper Jr..

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