A Bradley men's basketball player is out of Peoria County Jail on $3,000 dollars bond.
23 year old senior Will Egolf will be back in court January 31st, facing a single felony charge of possession of a controlled substance.
Egolf is accused of buying Vicodin pills from another man on New Years Eve.
Peoria County States Attorney Jerry Brady says illegal sale of prescription pills is not uncommon. Brady says, Vicodin, for instance is one of the common controlled substances transferred among especially among younger people. Brady also says getting hooked on Vacadin can lead to another bad addiction, that being heroin.
Egolf's single charge is a Class 4 felony.
Egolf posted a $300 payment, and left the jail immediately after the hearing.