Cameron Clear is done at Tennessee.
Vols coach Derek Dooley has dismissed the sophomore tight end following his arrest on a theft charge.
The former Memphis Central star had already been suspended indefinitely as the school gathered information on Tuesday's charge of theft between $1-thousand and 10-thousand dollars.
Clear was arrested after campus police found him using a stolen laptop in front of Neyland Stadium.
Dooley said in a statement, while it hurts anytime a player is dismissed, there are times when a player does something that ends the privilege of being part of the team.
The 6-foot-6, 283-pound Clear had one catch for four yards as a freshman, playing in 12 games.