Ray Small was indicted last summer after his apartment was raided by Columbus police and a cache of heroin and prescription pain and anxiety pills were found.
Today, he plead guilty to three felony counts of drug trafficking. He faces up to four years in prison and is still facing trafficking charges is Meigs County in Southeastern Ohio.
Small played for Ohio State from 2006 to 2009. He gained notoriety when in 2011, when he claimed "everyone" was selling memorabilia for discounted and free tattoos, among other things. He would later apologize to his former coaches, teammates and Ohio State fans.
Malcolm X once said, next to a college campus, prison is the best place to learn. Ray Small should look no farther than Maurice Clarett, whose life has done a complete 180 since leaving prison. I personally wish Small the best in his rehabilitation.