L.A. Chargers LB Kyzir White is accused of driving like a maniac earlier this year … and now, he’s officially facing a charge of reckless driving over the incident, TMZ Sports has learned.
According to court docs, 24-year-old White was stopped in Orange County, Calif. back on March 14. Specific details of what went down during the stop are still unclear — we’re working on it.
But, in the docs, prosecutors claim White was going 100 MPH … and also made an unsafe turning movement while on the road.
White was officially charged shortly after the incident with one misdemeanor count of reckless driving — which carries a maximum of 90 days in jail and a fine if convicted.
Court records show White was also hit with speeding and “unsafe turn or lane change” infractions.
We’ve reached out to White’s camp for comment … but so far, no word back, yet.
White was a fourth-round pick by the Chargers in the 2018 NFL Draft … and he’s started 10 games for the team since.
In his two-year career, White’s piled up 57 total tackles and two interceptions.