WOODRUFF, SC - The Winston-Salem Journal is reporting that former Appalachian State University quarterback De'Andre Presley, who played for the Mountaineers from 2008-11, has been charged by the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office in South Carolina for having sex with a student.

Presley was an assistant football coach at WoodrufF High School (S.C.). He turned himself in Thursday. He was charged with sex/sexual battery with a student 16 to 17 years of age, no aggravated force or coercion at the Spartanburg County Sheriff's office in South Carolina.

After Woodruff's principal, Dr. Aaron Fulmer, heard a rumor of a coach kissing a student, he confronted Presley according to foxcarolina.com, the website for WHNS in Greenville, S.C. Presley denied the allegation but immediately quit his job. After the school's holiday break, Presley returned to the school and confessed to having a sexual relationship with a student.

According to The State in Columbia, S.C., an arrest warrant showed the incident happened during November, and deputies began investigating the rumor on Dec. 21.

Presley, who was not selected in the 2012 NFL Draft, joining the practice squad for the San Diego (now Los Angeles) Chargers before stints with the Miami Dolphins (2012-2013) and the Carolina Panthers (2013-2015). He rejoined the App State program in October 2015 for a brief stint as the director of student-athlete leadership and development.

He replaced Armanti Edwards at quarterback for the Mountaineers in 2010, and led the team to a 10–3 record before losing to the Villanova Wildcats in the quarterfinals of the 2010 FCS playoffs. On December 1, he was named as one of three finalists for the 2010 Walter Payton Award.

Photo Courtesy: De'Andre Presley, App State Athletics