11:06 AM PT -- The Texas A&M football team has announced it's suspended Smith following his arrest Wednesday.
"Aggie head football coach Jimbo Fisher is aware and looking into the situation," the team said.
8:49 AM PT -- According to the Texas A&M Police Dept., Smith was stopped at around 2:15 AM on Wednesday near the College Station campus ... after officers said he had been speeding.
Cops say during the stop, Smith showed signs of intoxication and was arrested. According to the police, an ensuing search of his vehicle revealed a hand gun and marijuana cigarette.
Texas A&M star receiver Ainias Smith might not make his scheduled appearance at SEC Media Days this week after all ... he was just arrested for DWI, TMZ Sports has confirmed.
Records show Smith was booked into Brazos County, Texas jail on Wednesday on three charges -- unlawful carrying of a weapon, driving while intoxicated, and possession of marijuana.
Smith took a mug shot at the station with what appeared to be a blanket wrapped up around his shoulders. According to a jail official, the 21-year-old has yet to bond out.
No further details regarding the arrest have been released ... we've reached out to the Texas A&M Police Dept., but so far, no word back yet.
Smith, one of the Aggies' most explosive players the past three seasons, was expected to represent TAMU at SEC Media Days in Atlanta on Thursday with two of his other teammates.
Talking 🏈🔜 @therealdemani, @d_robinson78 and @ainias_smith will join Coach Fisher at the 2022 @SEC Media Days at the @cfbhall.#GigEm pic.twitter.com/Y29iTQTBOc— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball) July 12, 2022
Talking 🏈🔜 @therealdemani, @d_robinson78 and @ainias_smith will join Coach Fisher at the 2022 @SEC Media Days at the @cfbhall.#GigEm pic.twitter.com/Y29iTQTBOc
Since 2019, Smith has piled up 1,321 receiving yards, 373 rushing yards and 19 total TDs for the Aggies.
Originally Published -- 7:49 AM PT