Nebraska defensive end faces court date for exposing himself

Nebraska defensive end faces court date for exposing himself

[dropcap]N[/dropcap]ebraska defensive end Avery Moss will go to trial in July, charged with exposing himself to a female student employee at a residence hall convenience store.

Avery Moss (94) changes Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong, Jr. in the Huskers' spring game.

Avery Moss (94) changes Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong, Jr. in the Huskers’ spring game.

Moss appeared in court on Friday where he pleaded not guilty to charges of public indecency, disturbing the peace, and failing to appear for a January court date, according to an Omaha World-Herald report.

The 6-foot-2, 270-pound Moss saw action in three games as a true freshman last season before suffering a shoulder injury. He underwent surgery and was awarded a medical hardship.

Following spring practice, Moss was considered the leader for a starting job at defensive end as a redshirt freshman this fall.

The public indecency and disturbing the peace charges stem from a December 2012 complaint filed by a female employee of the Knoll C-Store, located inside an on-campus residence hall. On Dec. 15, the employee claimed a man exposed himself to her at the convenience store on two separate occasions, four hours apart.

The employee did not know Moss, but later identified him via photo, a UNL Police spokesman told the World-Herald.

All three charges are misdemeanors. The public indecency a Class 2 misdemeanor punishable by a maximum of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine, while the other two charges are both Class 3 misdemeanors.

Moss was a 3-star recruit out of Corona del Sol High School in Tempe, Ariz. in the 2012 class.

Photo credit: Nati Harnik / AP

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