Florida State wide receiver Da’Vante Phillips is no longer with the football program, according to Brendan Sonnone from Noles247.
Phillips was suspended before the opening game last season after facing five felony charges. He was accused of cashing or depositing items with intent to defraud and grand theft based upon Leon County Circuit Court records, according to the Tallahassee (Fla.) Democrat.
Phillips has played sparingly over his three seasons with the Seminoles. As a sophomore, he played in three games, catching 4 passes for 33 yards.
A 4-star receiver out of high school, he was recruited from Miami Central (Miami, Fla.) as the No. 16 overall wideout in the country, according to the 247Sports composite rankings.
Without Phillips, Florida State will head into spring practice on March 21 with just four healthy scholarship players at the receiver position, per the report.
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