DJ Law was one of the most talented running backs in the State of Florida at one point. The former Haines City, Florida native was a beast coming out of high school, but had an interesting time making his decision to play at college.
He originally committed to Ole Miss, then the next day switched it up to Utah. Then he ended up signing at East Mississippi Community College where he had a solid career in two seasons rushing for 1,158 yards.
Law was on the first “Last Chance U” when he played at East Mississippi Community College.
Law would eventually sign with Alabama-Birmingham and was named a starter before injuring his knee and was benched for the entire season. He then dropped out of UAB after not maintaining his academic eligibility.
Law was arrested for being out past curfew and having alcohol in his car. Remember back in 2018, Law was charged with two counts of domestic violence with aggravated assault and aggravated cruelty to animals, theft of a motor vehicle, aggravated kidnapping and violation of an order of protection.
Law was violating the charges from 2018 by being out late and having alcohol in his vehicle.