The sophomore was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and tampering with physical evidence after a routine traffic stop in Waco on May 2.
Rhodes’ attorney Jonathan Sibley presented the DA’s office with information showing that Rhodes had passed multiple drug tests, administered by Baylor, during the past six months. That included a negative test just days before the arrest.
Rhodes is expected to be one of the Bears’ top receivers in 2014 after making 10 catches for 157 yards during an injury-plagued freshman season.
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