TUCSON, AZ – SEPTEMBER 08: The Arizona Wildcats marching band performs before the college football game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Arizona Stadium on September 8, 2012 in Tucson, Arizona. The Wildcats defeated the Cowboys 59-38. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)A new report has revealed that three college football players, including a top freshman quarterback, were arrested earlier this season.Arizona’s student newspaper is reporting that three players, including freshman QB Jamarye Joiner, were arrested on trespassing charges. One of the players was also charged with marijuana possession.Joiner was a top recruit coming out of high school and had played as a freshman this season.BREAKING: Three @ArizonaFBall players, including quarterback Jamarye Joiner, were arrested and released on Oct. 23 for trespassing. One of the players also charged with possession of marijuana.https://t.co/8pqgNFofat— Daily Wildcat (@dailywildcat) November 11, 2018From the report:Arizona football players Jamarye Joiner, Darrius Smith and Dayven Coleman were arrested for second degree criminal trespassing at Arizona Stadium early in the morning of Oct. 23. All were cited and released, according to a University of Arizona Police Department report.Coleman, a freshman defensive back, was additionally charged with the possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.In a statement, Arizona Athletics said that they are aware of the arrests and each student-athlete is “subject to team disciplinary action.” Specifically, Coleman will serve a one-game suspension. The incident has been referred to Dean of Students for review under the University’s student code of conduct.You can view the full report here.Arizona is 5-5 on the season.