The University of Miami football program has dismissed junior, offensive lineman Taylor Gadbois.
“Taylor is a bright young man and we wish him the best in his future academic and athletic endeavors,” head coach Al Golden said in a release from the school.
Gadbois took to his personal Twitter account where he said he was no longer a Hurricane. “Lots of pain in my heart knowing my dream of graduating a Cane was one semester short.”
6-8, 321-pound Gadbois joined the team in 2012 and was redshirted to gain eligibility. The next year, he saw action in four games. Last season, he made his first career start against season opener Louisville and four others after before suffering from an injury.
“I’m the best player on our offensive line,” Gadbois told Palm Beach Post last week. “It’s just honest. It is what it is. I didn’t get through a full season, so I guess you could say Danny [Isidora’s] a more durable football player, but talent, technique, brains- I’m our best player.”
It is not officially known what caused his departure.
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