Arizona State linebacker Davon Durant was sentenced Monday to a two-year supervised probation for his misdemeanor domestic violence case Monday morning in a Maricopa County Superior Court.
Durant was arrested on March 7 and was accused of assaulting his girlfriend, leaving bruising around her left eye and neck. Although Durant's girlfriend recanted her story and both parties said it was a verbal altercation, Durant pled guilty on May 28. He is also not allowed to have contact with the victim until he complete a domestic violence program.
Durant was a four-star signee from Butler Community College who was expected to make an impact for the Sun Devils next season as a devilbacker.
His future with the team remains uncertain as he is still suspended indefinitely, and is appealing the University's decision to expel him, according to the Arizona Republic. He missed Arizona State's entire spring camp while his case was ongoing.