Delton Williams is expected to soon be back with the Michigan State football program, according to a report by MLive.com.
Williams, a junior, was suspended indefinitely in mid-March after getting arrested on a misdemeanor charge.
He rushed for 316 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore in 2014.
From MLive.com's report:
Williams could face a multi-game suspension -- that may or may not ultimately result in him redshirting -- and he will not immediately be reinstated to scholarship status.
Coach Mark Dantonio, who has led Michigan State to bowl trips each of his eight years as the Spartans' head coach, has not publicly updated Williams' status since the suspension.
Williams has yet to be added to the team's roster, and an athletic department spokesperson would not confirm any information.
Michigan State opens its 2015 season Sept. 4 against Western Michigan.