Oklahoma Defensive Back Arrested on Wednesday.

On Wednesday, Oklahoma sophomore defensive back Makari Vickers was arrested by the OU Police Department.

The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Sooners on SI that Vickers was arrested and booked into Cleveland County, though they could not provide further details.

Sooners on SI is still awaiting a response from the OU Police Department regarding the arrest records.

“We are aware of the matter and it is being addressed internally,” an athletics department spokesperson told Sooners on SI.

A former 4-star prospect, Vickers played in eight games as a true freshman, recording eight tackles and one pass breakup. Despite his youth, Vickers earned significant playing time in key moments for Brent Venables’ defense, including crucial snaps in the second half of a close Bedlam game in Stillwater.

Vickers joined Oklahoma from Munroe High School in Quincy, FL.

This is a developing story and will be updated as new information becomes available.