Parrish Cobb, who performed cornerback at Oklahoma in 2016, was sentenced to 18 years in jail Monday, the Waco (Texas) Tribune-Herald reported.
Cobb, 20, pleaded responsible to aggravated theft within the holdup of a Baylor scholar at gunpoint. Prosecutors dismissed two different armed theft prices Cobb confronted as a part of a plea discount, although one other stays pending, based on the Tribune-Herald.
Cobb began two video games for the Sooners as a freshman earlier than struggling a hamstring harm. He appeared in 4 video games complete.
Cobb was arrested in January 2017 in his hometown of Waco. Whereas free on bond, he was arrested three months later in Norman, Oklahoma, on a number of counts of armed theft. These prices stay pending towards him.