Georgia sophomore receiver Isaiah McKenzie is being investigated by Athens-Clarke County police for following a confrontation that took place at a local restaurant.
A woman named Maya Labat told police that McKenzie "was going to call some friends and they were going to come out and he was going to kill her" at the Chili's location at 183 Alps Rd., according to an incident report obtained by The Telegraph. Labat is a student at the University of Georgia. Police responded to the call at 10:40 p.m. Monday night.
McKenzie was not arrested or charged with a crime. The incident is still under investigation.
The report lists four witnesses on site, which are Georgia football players -- safety Dominick Sanders, receiver Terry Godwin, linebacker D’Andre Walker and defensive back Jarvis Wilson.
When reached, Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said head coach Mark Richt would be the appropriate person to comment on the incident.
The Red & Black was the first to report about the investigation.
Georgia has not issued or announced any disciplinary action at this time. McKenzie was practicing with the first team during the media viewing period.
This season, McKenzie has totaled five catches for 89 yards. As a return specialist, he has 116 punt return yards and a touchdown, as well as 42 kickoff return yards.