Erick Howard, a former two-time Mr. Football from Hoover High School, surrendered to police Tuesday for his alleged role in a home invasion, robbery and rape.
Howard, 20, turned himself in to authorities about 2 p.m. and was taken to the Stark County Jail.
He was wanted for about a week on charges of aggravated burglary, rape and theft in connection with a home invasion Aug. 20 in North Canton.
Howard, who attended Hoover High and won the top football award in Ohio in 2008 and 2009, is one of three men charged in the case.
According to North Canton police, a man and woman were awakened at gunpoint by two men wearing ski masks, gloves and dark clothing. The residents were bound with duct tape while the intruders demanded cash.
The woman was sexually assaulted during the incident, police said.
Howard was identified as a suspect last week along with Seth R. Obermiller, 19, and Michael A. Taylor, 20, both of North Canton. Obermiller is charged with aggravated burglary, rape and theft, while Taylor is charged with complicity to commit aggravated burglary and complicity to commit theft.
Obermiller and Taylor were taken into custody Sept. 28.