35 minutes ago Florida freshman cornerbackJalen Tabor was cited for marijuana possession of less than 20 grams on May 27, a misdemeanor, according to a Gainesville Police Department incident report. Tabor was a five-star recruit and Florida's top-rated prospect in the 2014 recruiting class. According to the GPD report, Tabor was stopped near the University House apartment complex at 725 NW 13th St. on May 27 at 1:22 a.m. when an officer smelled marijuana coming from a vehicle he was a passenger in. "A probable cause search of [the defendant] yielded a small baggie of cannabis which fell out of his shorts when [the defendant] exited the vehicle," the police report signed by officer C.M. Futrell stated. Tabor denied possession of the marijuana after being read his Miranda rights, according to the report. On June 3, Tabor reached a deferred prosecution agreement on the misdemeanor marijuana charge, according to Alachua County court records. Tabor must avoid breaking any federal or state laws and county or municipal ordinances for six months. In addition, he must pay $100 in prosecution fees to the Office of the State Attorney and donate $150 to Project Payback or serve 12 hours of community service in order to have the charge dismissed. Muschamp confirmed that Tabor has already been disciplined by him and the school.