WSU’s Gabe Marks cited for MIP-Exhibiting
FROM PULLMAN — Washington State receiver Gabe Marks was cited for minor exhibiting effects of having consumed alcohol early Sunday, WSU Police Officer Joe Kirshner confirmed.
Kirshner said he was not permitted to release further details.
According to the department’s activity log, Marks, 18, was cited at the Lower Soccer Fields on Northeast Colorado Street at about 1:47 a.m. Sunday. The log lists Marks’ alleged offense as “MIP-Exhibiting.”
As a freshman last season, Marks caught 49 passes for 560 yards and two touchdowns. He is a native of Los Angeles.
A WSU spokesman said coaches are aware of the citation and will handle it internally.
Marks is the third known WSU player to run afoul of the law since the season ended. Walk-on receiver Drew Loftus was arrested for alleged theft and dismissed from the team earlier this month. Previously, running back Leon Brooks was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.