Tennessee senior linebacker A.J. Johnson will have all charges wiped from his record if he completes community service and an alcohol class in the next 90 days, according to a Knox County General Sessions clerk.
Johnson agreed to pay court costs, serve 24 hours of community service and attend an alcohol class to resolve a charge of furnishing alcohol to minors. Charges of resisting arrest were dismissed on Friday.
Former Vols linebacker Dontavis Sapp and current defensive tackle Danny O'Brien resolved their charges in a similar fashion on Thursday.
Additionally, former Vols walk-on Isaac Mobley agreed to pay court costs and attend a class to resolve his underage drinking arrest. Like the others, the charge will be dismissed if he completes the requirements.
The four were among 12 current and former UT players arrested or cited after authorities broke up a noisy party at Quarry Trail Apartments off Eddington Road. Knox County Sheriff's deputies arrested or cited 24 people, the majority for underage drinking.
Most of the current players cited will appear in court later this month.
Johnson, a native of Gainesville, Ga., chose to return for his senior year of college rather than enter the NFL Draft. He has back-to-back seasons with more than 100 tackles and was an All-SEC selection in 2013.
Evan Woodbery covers Tennessee football. Follow him on Twitter.