Just as his dream was coming true, Malik Henry is heading back to the sidelines.

Nevada head coach Jay Norvell announced Tuesday that the team has removed Henry, who starred in Netflix’s hit Last Chance U, from active participation for reasons related to academics and non-football issues according to 247Sports.

Norvell made it clear, though, that Henry is not suspended and remains a member of the roster.

“As a coach, it is my responsibility to help young men grow and mature and be prepared for life after football,” Norvell said. “I believed that by giving Malik Henry an opportunity on the field, it would help him continue to progress off the field.

“I’ve made the decision to take Malik off the field so that he can continue to focus on academics and his life outside of football. Malik is not suspended. He is a member of our program, and we will continue to support him.”

Norvell also said the team would prepare for senior Cristian Solano and redshirt freshman Carson Strong to play quarterback against Wyoming in Week 9.

In three games, Henry has completed 53.2 percent of his passes for 586 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions.

Henry was once a 5-star recruit and signed with Florida State in 2016. He fell out of favor, though, and was part of the Netflix series Last Chance U while at Independence Community College, where he was portrayed as a player who difficult to get along with for coaches and teammates.

But apparently neither his time in community college nor his first stint as Nevada’s starter will be his real “last chance.”