Florida freshman quarterback Jalon Jones, who was accused of sexual assault by two female UF students in April, is not facing any criminal charges at this time. The case is considered closed by the University Police Department because the victims do not wish to pursue charges, UPD spokesman Maj. Brad Barber said Friday.
“There is no further action that can be taken at this time,” Barber said. “But the victims could come back and ask that the investigation be reopened. That’s where it’s at.”
A four-star prospect from Richmond, Va., Jones entered the NCAA transfer portal Tuesday and plans to transfer to another school. That likely will most likely take place sometime in the next few months.