Bry’Kiethon Mouton, Nicholls State University football player and former transfer from LSU, was arrested early Saturday morning by the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office on a contempt of court charge after driving with a suspended license according to a police report. Nicholls declined comment through a team spokesman. Mouton, 22, participated in the team scrimmage Saturday night after the arrest took place. He caught one pass for five yards.
The 6-foot-1, 250-pound tight end was competing for playing time in the offense prior to the start of his second season with the Colonels. He transferred from LSU at the end of the 2017 season.
Mouton is a former 4-star prospect out of Acadiana High School in Lafayette according to ESPN. He was the No. 6 player at his position and No. 18 overall recruit in the state for the Class of 2015.
He helped lead Acadiana to back-to-back state titles, including being named the game’s Most Outstanding Player his senior season. He was a LFCA and LSWA Class 5A All-State selection as a senior.
Mouton was then a two-time lettermen at LSU, playing in 15 games with five starts. He carried the ball five times for 15 yards and had three receptions for 25 yards with the Tigers. He also scored a touched against Jacksonville State as a sophomore.
Once at Nicholls, Mouton sat out all of 2018. He is listed as a senior and is not eligible for a redshirt.