A July 6 trial is set for Nebraska wide receiver Niles Paul, who faces three charges stemming from an April traffic stop.
Paul entered not guilty pleas this week on charges in Lancaster County of reckless driving, being a minor in possession of alcohol and driving under suspension.
The Nebraska State Patrol originally cited him for driving under the influence, rather than reckless driving, when they stopped him for speeding in west Lincoln in April.
The 19-year-old was suspended after his arrest and missed this spring's Red-White Game.
He started four games last season and returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown against New Mexico State.
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