HILLSBOROUGH — Sports agent Terry Watson was indicted today in relation to the UNC football athlete-agent scandal and will appear before the court at 2 p.m.
Watson is charged with 13 counts of agent-athlete inducement and one count of felony obstruction of justice.
Watson is charged with providing former UNC football defensive tackle Marvin Austin with $2,000 around May 4, 2010. The indictment also states that Watson provided wide receiver Greg Little with varying amounts of money including $5,000 on or around May 7, 2010 and $2,200 monthly from May to October 2010.
Austin was a 2011 second-round draft pick and was selected by the New York Giants. He recently signed with the Miami Dolphins. Little was also selected in the second round of the 2011 NFL draft. He was picked by the Cleveland Browns and still plays for the team.
The indictment also states Watson provided Robert Quinn with a hotel room for $675.74 on or around May 28, 2010, plane tickets for $750 on or around May 26, 2010 and $100 on or around May 28, 2010.