Michigan State running back Delton Williams, who has been suspended from the program indefinitely after a March road rage incident, is no longer enrolled at the university and has an uncertain future with the program, according to a reportfrom MLive.com.
The report, from MLive's Mike Griffith, states the following:
Jason Cody, of MSU university relations and communications, confirmed to MLive.com that Williams is not currently taking classes during the summer term nor is he enrolled in any future semesters, according to the office of the registrar.
Williams rushed for 316 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore last season and projected as the likely replacement for departed star runner Jeremy Langford. If Williams is indeed done in East Lansing, sophomore Gerald Holmes will try to hold off redshirt freshman Madre London, junior Nick Tompkins and incoming freshman L.J. Scott for the starting position.
Michigan State opens up its 2015 season at home against Western Michigan on Sept 4.