Former Indiana University wide receiver Kiante Enis is going to jail following a plea arrangement in a case that involved his sexual activities with a 13-year-old girl.
Enis pleaded guilty to child solicitation, and will spend 240 days in jail, followed by 240 days of house arrest, and then must serve two years of probation, according to the Star Press.
He faced a total of 16-years in jail if convicted on all counts.
Enis was arrested and than charged after authorities said he had sex with a 13-year-old girl. He told authorities, according to the Star Press, that he didn’t know the girl was 13 until after they had sex, but had sex with her twice more after he learned her age. The Star Press quoted an affidavit in which said he knew what he did was wrong.
Enis was also originally charged with two counts of molestation, but those charges were dismissed as a result of the plea agreement.
The 6’2, 206 pound Enis was a 3-star running back in the class of 2016. He signed a signed a letter of intent to play football at Indiana University, where he was listed as a wide receiver, but was dismissed from the team after his arrest.