While awaiting trial in an assault case, University of Colorado football player Jeffrey Hall found himself back in jail this week after officials say he missed a drug-testing appointment and failed to comply with the call-in procedure stipulated in his bond conditions.

After a warrant was issued for his arrest, Hall, 20, turned himself in to the Boulder County Jail on Tuesday and was released at about 9 p.m. on $2,500 bond, according to court records.

Hall is set to stand trial Nov. 17 on two felony counts of second-degree assault and obstruction of a peace officer, resisting arrest and consumption of alcohol by a minor. The charges stem from a February incident, in which witnesses said he choked a woman at a party and then had to be shocked with a Taser when he resisted Boulder police officers' arrest attempts.

Hall's bond conditions include no contact with the alleged victim, no use of alcohol or drugs, regular substance abuse monitoring and no weapons.

The junior cornerback is still listed on CU's football roster, though he did not participate in spring practice.