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Wide receiver Kyrin Priester’s college football playing days are more than likely over.

The former four-star recruit was dismissed from the Washington State program by coach Mike Leach for violating team rules. It marks the second time Priester has been dismissed by the program.

Priester was kicked off the team in August of 2016 for showing up late to meetings and for confrontations with the coaching staff, but Leach gave him another chance and allowed him to participate in spring drills.

Priester originally enrolled in Clemson, but he was dismissed by Dabo Swinney after playing in only one game.

Related: Swinney dismisses freshman WR 

After being kicked off the team by Swinney, Priester transferred to Washington State, where he received a waiver to play immediately.

He contributed to the Cougars’ passing attack during the 2015 season as he hauled in 33 passes for 241 yards and a touchdown.

Another team might decide to give him a chance, but being dismissed from teams three different times doesn’t exactly signify maturity.

(h/t College Football Talk)

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