Miami linebacker Juwon Young has been suspended indefinitely from the football team and, along with three other players, is being investigated by the school for possibly violating NCAA rules. The news was first reported by the Miami Herald.
In addition to Young, starting defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad is one of the three other players being investigated for issues related to the use of luxury cars. The identities of the two other players is unknown, but per the report, starting quarterback Brad Kaaya is not one of them.
Should the school find that NCAA rules were broken, it would report the findings to the NCAA along with a proposed punishment.
Young started five games for the Hurricanes last season and played in 11 total contests. He finished second on the team with 57 tackles.
Muhammad started seven matchups for Miami as a sophomore in 2015 and is one of the top returning defensive ends in the ACC. He recorded five sacks for the Hurricanes last fall.