One-time Maryland Terrapins center Trayvon Reed is not enrolled for the fall semester at his new school, Auburn, for "personal reasons," according to a report from Wesley Sinor of AL.com.
A team spokesperson tells Sinor that Reed is still considered part of the team.
Reed had signed with Maryland out of high school, part of the monster 2014 recruiting class that has set the foundation for the program. That class also included Melo Trimble, Dion Wiley, Jared Nickens, and Michal Cekovsky.
But before the start of the fall semester last year, Reed was arrested and charged with second-degree misdemeanor assault after a shoplifting incident at a local convenience store led to an altercation with a police officer.
Reed pled guilty and, according to AL.com, he served a shortened jail sentence this past spring.
He was barred from enrolling at Maryland after the incident, going on instead to play for head coach Bruce Pearl at Auburn. The 7-2 native of Alabama played in 23 games for the Tigers, averaging 1.1 points and 2.0 rebounds in 8.9 minutes per game.