Levi Draper’s Arkansas career is in jeopardy after suffering another shoulder injury during fall camp.

Arkansas coach Sam Pittman said on Thursday that “he’s done” after battling through an injury-plagued career at Oklahoma and with the Razorbacks.

“I actually called him in to talk to him about it because he’s already had three surgeries in his career, two last year,” Pittman told reporters on Thursday, via WholeHogSports.

“His shoulder went out and he has, with my blessing — basically I talked to him about it — and he’s medical redshirting, so he’s done.”

Draper transferred from Oklahoma before the 2020 season, but did not play after the Razorbacks’ season-opener last year due to a shoulder injury. He was originally a linebacker, but moved to tight end earlier this fall.

Pittman said Draper would be a medical redshirt this season, and indicated that he would remain on scholarship. He’s not expected to count against Arkansas’ scholarship limit.

Draper was a 4-star prospect in the class of 2017, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. That service ranked him as the No. 5 overall inside linebacker in the country for that cycle.

Arkansas opens its 2021 season against Rice on Sept. 4.