Fourth former Auburn football player pleads guilty to first-degree robbery

Top (l-r): Dakota Mosley and Mike McNeil. Bottom (l-r): Shaun Kitchens and Antonio Goodwin.

The last of four Auburn University football players charged in a 2010 armed-robbery has pleaded guilty.

Former tight end Dakota Mosley entered a guilty plea to first-degree robbery Friday for his role in an armed-robbery at an off-campus trailer park in March 2010. Under his plea bargain agreement, he is required to serve three years in prison.

Mosley and three other former Auburn players --{} Antonio Goodwin, Shaun Kitchens and Mike McNeil -- were charged in the crime that occurred just two months after the Tigers won the 2010 BCS National Championship.

All four players were dismissed from the team following their arrests.

A Lee County jury convicted Goodwin of first-degree robbery in April of last year, and he was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Kitchens and McNeil were also sentenced to 15 years after entering guilty pleas, and both men are required to serve at least three years in prison under the terms of their respective plea agreements.