Former Mississippi State offensive tackle Charles Siddoway, once projected as mid-round prospect in this year's NFL draft, has been arrested on a charge of residential burglary.
Michael Bonner of the Clarion-Ledger reports that Siddoway and current MSU defensive lineman Jordan Washington were both arrested in connection with an incident that occurred Wednesday afternoon:
The alleged burglary occurred Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the 21 Apartments on Ace Ave in Starkville. When police arrived, one of the victims was able to name Siddoway as a suspect. Soon after police located Siddoway, the investigation led tot the arrest of Washington. The arrests were made about an hour after police arrived, the sheriff's office said.
Washington and Siddoway are being held at the Oktibbeha County Jail each on $20,000 bail. As of Thursday afternoon, both were still in custody.
Siddoway started 26 games at MSU in the past two seasons. The 6-foot-5, 301-pound lineman is considered a day-three prospect, and just recently visited the Buffalo Bills.
The Bengals love to take guys like Siddoway - project offensive lineman from BCS conferences - and develop them into eventual NFL starters.
It's unlikely that they'll spend a pick on Siddoway now, and he's probably going to go undrafted now.