The Detroit Free Press is reporting that former Michigan State football wide receiver Donnie Corley Jr. has found a new college to call home. Corley, dismissed by MSU Head Coach Mark Dantonio and expelled by the university after sexual assault allegations, has reportedly enrolled for classes at Wayne County Community College.

WCCC does not have a football program, so, it appears a 2017 football season will not be in the cards for Corley. He was dismissed from Michigan State University after allegedly being involved in a sexual assault case involving two other former MSU football players, Josh King and Demetric Vance. All three have been expelled from MSU.

It was reported last month that a fourth former MSU football player involved in a separate sexual assault investigation, Auston Robertson, has enrolled at a community college in Kansas and will play football this season for Garden City Community College.