UT senior forward Kenny Hall
Tennessee basketball forward Kenny Hall was arrested this week for driving on an suspended license.
According to the arrest report, Knox County deputies stopped Hall for driving 15 miles over speed limit on Alcoa Highway.
After the deputy conducted a records check, he found that Hall's driver's license was suspended for failure to pay the fine or appear in court.
According to 10News contributor Volquest.com, at the moment it remains unclear what affect this arrest could have Hall's playing status this week and going forward.
Hall was previously suspended for violating team rules last spring. He missed the Vols' final 11 games of the 2011-12 season before being allowed to rejoin the roster during the offseason.
Volquest.com reached out to UT Coach Cuonzo Martin to comment on Hall's arrest and possible discipline, but he did not return their call.
At the time of the arrest, Hall was coming off his best offensive outing of the season at Arkansas. He scored 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting from the floor. He has started all 19 of Tennessee's games this season, averaging 4.4 points and 3.5 rebounds in 22.9 minutes.
Tennessee (11-9, 3-5) hosts Georgia (9-11, 4-4) Wednesday night.