Dee Liner, defensive tackle out of Muscle Shoals, made headlines again today, but not for his athletic prowess.
The five-star commit was suspended indefinitely after he reportedly "walked out of practice" Thursday at Muscle Shoals High School.
Bryan App, a Florence TimesDaily reporter, tweeted that Liner had left practice and "his status on the team is unclear."
Liner tweeted late Thursday afternoon that he was "so pissed right now!"
He followed it up by saying he was "so ready to graduate and be at Auburn!"
Coach Scott Basden then told App Friday that Liner has been indefinitely suspended, but would not disclose why.
But this isn't Liner's first hiccup of the summer.
In July, the recruit made noise after being arrested twice in a 10-day period. He was charged with disorderly conduct for "screaming, cursing and throwing objects" at a police officer that had pulled over his mother, along with obstructing government operations.
Liner was charged with criminal trespass when he was caught allegedly jumping a fence with a group of friends at a public pool in Sheffield.