WACO, TX- Baylor football's all-time sack leader, Shawn Oakman, was indicted Wednesday by a Waco grand jury on charges of second degree felony sexual assault. The former All-American faces anywhere from two to 20 years in state prison and a fine up to $10,000.
Oakmen is now the third Baylor football player convicted of sexual assault.
He was originally arrested in April when a Baylor student accused Oakmen of sexually assaulting her at his apartment.
Once projected as a second or third round pick, he went undrafted this year after his arrest.