Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil says the talented football player was with agents during the fight that lead to him being arrested, according to The Clarion-Ledger:
According to Miller's statements to Howell, Desiree Tunsil walked out of the house during the argument about Tunsil's alleged contact with agents when Laremy Tunsil entered.
Per NCAA rules, Tunsil would be allowed to speak with certified NFL agents and still maintain his eligibility as long as he doesn't accept any impermissible benefits or sign.
Tunsil was arrested last Thursday on charges of domestic violence
after he allegedly assaulted his stepfather during that argument.