University of Montana Cornerback Charged With Murder Friday, June 15, 2007 E-MAIL STORY PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION AP June 13: University of Montana football player Jimmy Wilson in his booking photo. PALMDALE, Calif. — A promising University of Montana cornerback was being held on $1 million bail Friday, charged with the shooting death of a man during a domestic dispute earlier this month. Court officials said Jimmy Wilson, 20, of San Diego appeared at Antelope Valley Courthouse for an arraignment hearing but didn't enter a plea. He is scheduled to be arraigned June 21. "Attitude is probably the best word to describe Jimmy Wilson," Montana coach Bobby Hauck said on the school's team Web site. "He's confident. He's tough, and he's an engaging young man to be around." Wilson is charged in the June 2 death of Kevin Smoot, 29, who was shot in the upper torso as he stood in his driveway, Sheriff's Deputy Anthony Moore said. The gunman fled the scene. Click here for FOXNews.com's Crime center. Investigators later identified Wilson as a suspect, and Wilson surrendered to authorities with his attorney on Tuesday in Lancaster, Calif., which is about an hour northeast of Los Angeles, Moore said.