Derrell Johnson-Koulianos Faces Drug Charges

Wide receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos (15) of University of Iowa runs the ball past defensive end Colin Neely (89) of Michigan St. during the first half of play at Kinnick Stadium on Oct. 30, 2010, in Iowa City, Iowa. Johnson-Koulianos was arrested after police executed a search warrant at his home. (David Purdy/Getty Images)
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says Derrell Johnson-Koulianos has been suspended from team activities following the wide receiver's arrest on drug charges.

Johnson-Koulianos was released from Johnson County Jail after posting $8,000 bail Tuesday. The 23-year-old was expected to make a court appearance Wednesday on charges including possession of controlled substances, keeping a drug house and unlawful possession of a prescription drug.

Ferentz says in a statement that he's "highly disappointed to learn of the charges."

Court documents say Johnson-Koulianos was arrested after officers executed a search warrant at his home. Police say investigators found more than $3,000 in cash, marijuana, cocaine and prescription drugs.

Johnson-Koulianos of Campbell, Ohio, caught 46 passes for 745 yards and 10 TDs this season. Jail officials didn't immediately know if he had an attorney Tuesday night and a telephone listing could not be found for his home address.