A Shorter University football player turned himself into the Floyd County Jail this week after a warrant was taken for his arrest. Reports said that Nigel Fitzgerald Edwards Jr, 21 of Parrish, Florida, stole a baritone instrument and sold it to Cash America back on April 6th of this year.

Edwards, a linebacker for the football team, allegedly sold the instrument valued at $2,300 for $50.

Edwards Jr is charged with felony theft by receiving stolen property and misdemeanor theft by deception.

He is listed as a linebacker on the 2016 Shorter University football roster online.

The baritone was valued at $2,300 and he sold it for $50.

He was being held on a $3,500 bond Friday.