Trey Lealaimatafao is heading to jail.
The former LSU football player pleaded no contest on Friday to felony charges and was sentenced to six years in state prison, according to mynewsla.com. Lealaimatafao, 19, entered his plea to a pair of second-degree robbery counts and one carjacking count.
The Texas native never played a down for LSU, finding off-the-field trouble three times during his freshman season in 2014. The defensive tackle punched through a window in the team’s weight room and was arrested twice: for allegedly stealing a bicycle outside of LSU’s Middleton Library and for simple battery and simple robbery.
The latter led to his dismissal from the program last June. He transferred to Arizona Western, a junior college, before he and a former Southern Cal football player were arrested in January for a string of robberies around the Los Angeles area.
Ex-Trojans Bryce Dixon had previously pleaded no contest to the same charges and was sentenced to six years in state prison.