The Belk Bowl between Arkansas and Virginia Tech was missing one of it's mid-level draft prospects, not for personal choice like McCaffrey or Fournette or injury like many other football athletes, but for ironic criminal activity.

Arkansas tight end Jeremy Sprinkle (#7 TE available according to ESPN) was cited for unlawful concealment and was taken by police after he was caught shoplifting from a Belk department store.

You read that right a participant in the Belk Bowl, where among the "goody bag" players get for playing in contains a $450 gift card to Belk, was shoplifting from Belk. He got caught and despite being released by police in time for the game was suspended by his team, ending his collegiate career.

Sprinkle was reportedly shoplifting over $250 worth of merchandise from he store, it's unclear whether he was out of money on his card, or if he really is that stupid.

No word on how his draft stock will be affected, but assumptions are that it will take a hit. Sprinkle finished with just 11 TD catches over his career at Arkansas.