Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins was arrested on Friday morning for possession of controlled substance and possession of marijuana.

Watkins was arrested early Friday morning after officers saw Watkins' car scrape against a curb, according to a Clemson University Police release. Police reportedly smelled marijuana and found that Watskins had marijuana and two non-narcotic pills that he didn't have prescriptions for on his possession.

The two pills were Adderall and Vyvanase, according to a reporter for the Anderson Independent-Mail. Both possession chargers are misdemeanors and he was released on a $1,620 personal recognizance bond.

It's unclear what kind of punishment Watkins could get for breaking the law. He set ACC freshman records last year with 1,219 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. He is considered by many to be a future Top-10 pick in the draft once eligible.

Full police release:

Clemson University police arrested two students on drug-related charges early Friday.

Samuel B. Watkins IV, 18, a freshman communication studies major from Fort Myers, Fla., and member of the football team, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and simple possession of marijuana, both misdemeanors.

Amadou-Tidiane Daniel Dia, 18, a freshman in parks, recreation and tourism management from Highlands Ranch, Colo., and member of the men's soccer team, was charged with simple possession of marijuana.

The men were arrested when police stopped the car Watkins was driving after an officer saw it scrape against a curb on campus and because the temporary license tag was not illuminated. When the officer pulled the car over in a parking lot off Commons Court, he smelled marijuana. During a search he found marijuana