STARKVILLE, MS - NOVEMBER 08: Head coach Dan Mullen of the Mississippi State Bulldogs watches action prior to a game against the Tennessee Martin Skyhawks at Davis Wade Stadium on November 8, 2014 in Starkville, Mississippi. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

Report: Senior SEC defensive lineman arrested

Not a good look for the upperclassman.

Mississippi State senior defensive lineman Nick James was arrested early Sunday morning according to the Starkville Daily's Joel Coleman. James joins a string of other players this offseason to make a bad decision early in the morning that resulted in his arrest.

RELATED: Auburn starting DB arrested, facing gun charges

The 6'4", 330-pound lineman is entering his fifth season with the team after taking a redshirt year his sophomore year. He originally came to MSU as a four-star recruit out of Long Beach High School in Mississippi and was the state's No. 4 recruit according to 247Sports. James had 10 starts in 13 games played last season to go with 26 tackles, a forced fumble and three tackles for loss.


[h/t SEC Country]