Former Texas DT T'Vondre Sweat accused with DWI in Austin.

During the weekend, T'Vondre Sweat, a former defensive tackle for the Texas Longhorns, was taken into custody in Austin, Texas, and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

In accordance with the records kept by the Travis County Sheriff's Office, Sweat, who is 22 years old, was taken into custody on Sunday afternoon and booked at 2:12 p.m. Central Time. No other information regarding his arrest has been made available at this time.  

Sweat was reportedly seen at McCombs Field in Austin on Saturday, where he witnessed Texas earn a 2-1 victory over Oklahoma in a softball game. This information comes from Burnt Orange Nation.  

There was a bail set for Sweat that was set at $3,000, and it appears that it was paid through a "personal bond" sometime before 3:45 p.m. Central Time. There are no reported plans for any future court appearances.

As a result of his outstanding performance on the field in 2023, Sweat is anticipated to be selected in the second or third round of the national football league draft  

In 2023, when he was a senior in his fifth year, he was awarded the Outland Trophy for being the most excellent interior defensive lineman in the country. Additionally, he was recognized as the defensive player of the year for the Big 12 Conference  

As a result of his 45 tackles, 18 of which were solo, eight tackles for a loss, and two sacks, Texas was able to win the Big 12 championship and advance all the way to the semifinals of the College Football Playoff.  

There is a consensus among experts that Sweat is the best nose tackle that will be available during the draft, which will take place in Detroit from April 25-27.  

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