Former Whitehouse, OU receiver charged with indecent exposure

Oklahoma defender Brandon Young (38) breaks up a pass intended for wide receiver Trey Metoyer (17), of Whitehouse, during the annual Oklahoma spring intra-squad NCAA college football game in Norman, Okla., Saturday, April 13, 2013. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma wide receiver and former Whitehouse High School standout Trey Metoyer has been charged with two counts of indecent exposure and has left the football team.

Cleveland County prosecutors filed the charges on Tuesday against Metoyer, 20, a sophomore accused of exposing himself to two women in Norman, according to an affidavit filed in the case.

Coach Bob Stoops said Metoyer has not been with the 18th-ranked Sooners since before their game against TCU on Oct. 5 and “I do not anticipate that he will return to the team in the future.”

Metoyer was a PARADE All-American and one of the nation’s top recruits coming out of high school for Whitehouse, where his head coach was current Bishop Gorman defensive coordinator Randy McFarlin.

“I don’t know the situation,” McFarlin said Wednesday. “All I’ve heard is what my wife told me this morning. I know Trey and if Trey did mess up, he’ll do the right thing.

“I haven’t talked to Trey since last spring. Trey worked hard to get where he was at.”

The affidavit says the first incident occurred on Aug. 29. The victim told a Norman police detective she was on a balcony when she saw a car driven by a man pull into the apartment building’s parking lot. The car “pulled into a parking spot” and the woman noticed that the man’s genitals were exposed, according to the affidavit.

The second incident occurred on Oct. 17 when Metoyer allegedly exposed himself to a woman who had been walking her dog.

The affidavit says Metoyer approached the woman and asked if he could borrow a pen. She went into her apartment to get an ink pen and when she came back, Metoyer had exposed his genitals, it says.

Metoyer “then asked the victim if she would want the pen back,” the affidavit says.

Metoyer initially denied the allegations when questioned by police, it says. He later acknowledged them and told police “that the incidents were a mistake and he was not thinking clearly at the time.”

Metoyer started four of the 11 games he played in last year and played in four games this year, according to the OU sports website. In Oklahoma’s spring game in April 2013, Metoyer led all receivers with six catches for 122 yards.

In his Whitehouse career, Metoyer amassed 259 catches for 3,814 yards and 52 touchdowns. After catching 108 passes for 1,540 yards and 23 scores as a senior in 2010, he was named the All-East Texas Offensive MVP.

 
 

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