Notre Dame wide receiver Javon McKinley remains suspended and unable to take part in any team activities, coach Brian Kelly said Friday.
On Feb. 10, McKinley was riding in an Uber car around 4 a.m. and was unresponsive, police said. After officers woke him and tried to walk him back to his dorm, he allegedly punched them.
He was charged two counts of battery as well as illegal consumption of alcohol, all misdemeanors. He is due to appear in St. Joseph County Superior Court on April 15.
“He is still on the suspended list,” Kelly told reporters Friday during a news conference. “He will be until we clear up all matters legally and otherwise. There is nothing to report until it has been changed.”
McKinley was a four-star recruit in the Class of 2016 and played six games that fall but sustained a broken left fibula during a practice. He did not play in 2017.
Last season, he played in four games but made no receptions.