Former Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell, who was kicked off the team following his arrest last month, has enrolled at Alabama State and will join the Hornets football squad this fall.

Crowell will be eligible to play for the upcoming season because Alabama State is an FCS-level school.

He faces charges of carrying a weapon in a school zone and possession of an altered ID.

"We actively researched Isaiah both as a person as well as an athlete," Alabama State head football coach Reggie Barlow said in a statement. "We are aware of his current issues, but also believe in helping young people. We believe that Isaiah has learned from his circumstances and that he will be a quality student-athlete at Alabama State."

Crowell was a freshman All-SEC selection last season, rushing for 850 yards with five touchdowns. He also caught eight passes for 59 yards and one touchdown.