The other four former football players involved have pleas that allow them to avoid jail time if they complete court-ordered requirements.
Akins could face a minimum sentence of 4.5 years in state prison.
The five Cal Poly football players arrested in connection with an attempted robbery last August pleaded not guilty on all counts at their arraignment this morning.
Brito and Ivory were discharged from all but the first count.
At the end of the hearing, Judge Donald Umhofer will determine if there is enough evidence to proceed with a trial.
According to criminal investigations with Ivory, the players went to the fraternity home to take money.
The case judge listened to testimonies and reviewed evidence to see if the case should continue on to trial.
Former Delta Sigma Phi President Gear McMillan and the five Cal Poly football players who allegedly attempted to rob the Delta Sigma Phi house made court appearances this week.
As of now, neither Cal Poly nor the national chapter of Delta Sigma Phi plan to pose sanctions against the Cal Poly Delta Sigma Phi Chapter.
During the session, the judge approved a stay-away order, preventing any of the players from making contact with the residents of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity house.
There have been ongoing discussions within Athletics about possibly expanding its current drug testing policy.