Oklahoma football signee Josh Jarboe was charged Friday in DeKalb County, Ga., on two felony gun counts, according to court records. Jarboe, 18, is charged with theft by receiving a gun and carrying a weapon within a school safety zone stemming from an arrest last Thursday. Jarboe was booked into the DeKalb County Jail along with James Davis, 17, who was arrested on similar complaints. According to the police report released Monday, Jarboe and Davis drove into the Cedar Grove High School parking lot in a yellow Geo Storm about 3:30 p.m. That's when police say Jarboe walked to the back of the car and pulled back the spare tire cover, reaching for a silver and black handgun and tucking it into the waistband of his pants. According to the report, Cedar Grove assistant principal Karl Moton saw Jarboe grab the gun and told school police to search Jarboe, Davis and the car. When Jarboe saw police officer John F. Brooks approaching, he tried to hide the gun underneath the driver's seat of the car, where the gun was eventually found, police said. The gun, a 380 caliber pistol, was loaded with four bullets. And the gun was stolen from an owner in nearby Clayton County, according to police. Jarboe and Davis each posted $4,000 bail over the weekend. Jarboe, of Ellenwood, Ga., was rated the No. 10 high school wide receiver in the nation by the recruiting Web site Rivals.com before signing with the Sooners in February. He announced he was going to OU over Florida, Georgia and LSU on national television during halftime of a high school all-star game. Sooner coach Bob Stoops hasn't commented on the charges, saying last Friday that "it wouldn't be appropriate until I knew exactly all the details and talked to the people involved over in that area.” On Monday, Stoops said that he hasn't spoken with Jarboe since the incident. Under Georgia gun laws, the penalty for being convicted of bringing a gun on school property is a fine up to $10,000 and a minimum of two years in prison. In addition, federal gun laws mandate that any student found guilty of bringing a gun to school must be expelled for at least one year.