CHASKA (AP) -- A Minnesota prosecutor has charged an Arizona college football player in a baseball bat attack on a high school basketball player.

The Carver County Attorney's office charged 19-year-old Jabari Javon Marshall of Flagstaff, Arizona, with second- and third-degree assault.

Marshall is accused of attacking 18-year-old Oliver Smith, a basketball player at Waconia High School.

According to the complaint, a 17-year-old girl had asked Smith to meet her in a church parking lot on October 12th.

As Smith was getting into the girl's car, he was hit in the head and knee with a souvenir baseball bat by a man who then fled.

Defense attorney Lynne Torgerson says Marshall will plead not guilty.

Marshall, a redshirt freshman, is suspended from the Northern Arizona University football team until an investigation is complete.