Texas A&M football player from DeRidder arrested after fight

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Two Texas A&M football players have been charged with misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief after a fight at an apartment complex.

College Station police said 21-year-old Deshazor Everett, from DeRidder, and 20-year-old Floyd Raven, from Kenner, were charged after the April 7 fight. Both surrendered at the Brazos County Jail on Monday.

Police said two people reported being attacked at the apartment complex by a group that included Everett and Raven. Police said they both had visible injuries from the attack, and a car was damaged. Everett and Raven were free by Monday afternoon after posting bond.

Everett, a junior cornerback, had a late-game interception to seal the Aggies' 29-24 upset win at top-ranked

Alabama in November. Everett, a two-time all-Louisiana selection, played offense and defense for the DeRidder Dragons.

Raven, a senior defensive back, played at East St. John High.