USC tight end Bryce Dixon, who was suspended from spring practice because of an unspecified student-conduct issue, is no longer enrolled at the university, the school announced Thursday.
University and athletic department spokesmen declined to comment, citing student privacy laws.
Attempts to reach Dixon were not immediately successful.
Dixon caught 14 passes last season as a freshman, four for touchdowns.
At the outset of spring practice, Coach
Dixon practiced the next week and played against UCLA.
Dixon's departure leaves USC with fourth-year junior Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick as the only scholarship tight end on the roster. Cope-Fitzpatrick was academically ineligible in 2014.