Vanderbilt Rape Case Update: Four former football players due in court on charges they raped an unconscious female

(left to right) Brandon Banks, Jaborian "Tip" McKenzie, Cory Batey, Brandon Vandenburg
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(CBS/AP) NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Four dismissed Vanderbilt football players charged with raping an unconscious female student at an on-campus dormitory are due in court for a discussion date.

The Wednesday hearing likely will focus on housekeeping matters like the dates of future hearings.

The four players charged in the June 23 rape are safety Cory Batey, of Nashville; defensive back Brandon Banks, of Brandywine, Md.; receiver Tip McKenzie, of Woodville, Miss; and tight end Brandon Vandenburg, of Indio, Calif. All are 19 except for Vandenburg, who's 20.

All four have been dismissed from the team and suspended from school. They are out of jail on bond, awaiting trial.

Wide receiver Chris Boyd last month entered a conditional guilty plea to attempting to help cover up the crime. He was dismissed from the team but allowed to stay in school.

The university was made aware of the situation when officials noticed concerning behavior by the defendants on the dorm's hallway surveillance recordings.

Complete coverage of Vanderbilt University's rape case on Crimesider

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