It’s been a relatively quiet off-season for player arrests, but alas, all good things must come to an end. Kansas defensive lineman Isi Holani was arrested early Sunday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence.
Details of the arrest are not yet known, but according to the sheriff’s report, Holani was arrested at 2:19 AM and bonded out just before 1:00 PM, Sunday.
Holani has been somewhat of a nomad throughout his college career. He started out at Reedley College as a freshman in 2014, but transferred to Riverside Community College for his sophomore year. In 2016, Holani transferred to Kansas, and played in 11 games for the Jayhawks as a junior, and started against Texas. The Jayhawks famously upset the Longhorns in that game.
Last season, as a senior, Holani played in two games before suffering a season-ending injury. Since the injury was so early in the season, he was awarded a medical redshirt, which preserved one last year of eligibility.
Just as Holani was about to return to the field after his injury, this off-the-field incident might keep him off it for a bit longer. Kansas released a statement that they are aware of the situation.