Gophers football's Ra'Shede Hageman arrested for disorderly conduct
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Gophers football junior defensive tackle Ra'Shede Hageman was arrested early Thursday morning for disorderly conduct, according to a report filed by the Hennepin County sheriff's department.
The report states the incident occurred at 2:39 a.m. in Minneapolis. He was eventually released on bail and a court date has been set for May 24. No further information was released.
Hageman, 21, played in all 12 games for the "U" last season, picking up four sacks among his 13 total tackles. Coming out of spring practice in April Hageman was projected to be an everyday starter come fall.
At 6-foot-6, 300-pounds, Hageman has the physical make-up of a top tier defensive lineman, but the on-field results have come slowly. Originally recruited out of Minneapolis' Washburn high school as a tight end, he was switched to defensive end during his redshirt freshman year in 2009 and eventually moved to defensive tackle under former coach Tim Brewster. His debut season a year later had its ups and downs as he appeared in eight games and totaled eight tackles.
Hageman has run into off-field troubles before. He was suspended for three games in 2010 by interim coach Jeff Horton as a result of academic problems.