County court records show that Virginia Tech football player Zach Luckett, who was suspended for last season, has been charged with driving with a revoked or suspended license.
Luckett was stopped by Virginia Tech Police Officer Deriek Crouse on Aug. 6 and a report was filed Aug. 14.
Tech Associate Director for Athletics Communication Bryan Johnston said Saturday that linebacker Zach Luckett's status on the team has not changed as a result of the charge.
Luckett was already scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 30 for other matters stemming from a March 30 incident. The hearing will determine whether or not Luckett has complied with the Virginia Alcoholic Safety Action Program.
He was convicted of DWI in September 2008. He was sentenced to 12 months in prison, but 11 months and 25 days were suspended. His driver's license was revoked for one year, and he was put in VASAP.
A hearing has been scheduled for Oct. 1 in relation to the newest charge, which is a misdemeanor.
Luckett was reinstated to the football team prior to the beginning of practices. Johnston said the team would wait until after the hearings to make any decisions on Luckett.
The walk-on, who switched from wide receiver to linebacker, participated in Saturday's scrimmage.