Wide receiver Dennis Norfleet has been dismissed from the Michigan Football program, according to a report from Nick Baumgardner of MLive.
Baumgardner spoke to Norfleet's high school coach Dale Harvel, who revealed the news.
"Evidently he was dismissed from the team, Dennis informed us he was no longer on the team," Harvel said Tuesday afternoon. "Something about a disciplinary thing between him and coach Harbaugh. Whether it was academics or something internal, I'm not sure. He just said they had a disagreement and he was let go."
Wolverine247 has confirmed the move, citing Norfleet skipping "more than one" of his exams in late April.
Norfleet had a variety of roles at Michigan throughout his three-year career. Primarily a return specialist, he started out as a running back and switched to wide receiver. He had 21 career catches for 157 yards and 15 carries for 130 yards.
Coming out of Detroit Martin Luther King High School, Norfleet was a four-star recruit and the seventh-ranked all-purpose back in the class of 2012, according to 247 Sports' Composite.
The last we saw him during the Spring Game, he was playing cornerback, so his role with the team moving forward had a lot of people interested in seeing where he ended up.
Norfleet leaves as the Michigan record holder for most KO returns (94) and KO return yards (2203) in a career.
This story is developing.