FSU's Wilson Suspended Following Felony Charge for Grand Theft Auto

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Tallahassee, FL---Florida State expected Jesus "Bobo" Wilson to contend for a starting wide receiver spot this season.

Now, he'll be lucky just to play.

FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher announced in a statement this morning that Wilson has been suspended following felony charges for grand theft auto in the third degree.

The incident dates back to June 11, when Bobo was caught by Tallahassee police riding a motor scooter that had been reported stolen.

The sophomore from Miami turned himself in Wednesday to the Leon County Sherrif department and was released on $2500 bail.

He can practice and train with the team under the suspension, but can't play or travel until the felony charge is resolved.

Wilson played in 12 games in 2013, catching three passes for 23 yards. In the 2014 Garnet and Gold spring game, he had four receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown.