A former South Carolina running back is going to have to find a new NFL team. The Miami Dolphins are releasing ZaQuandre White from their practice squad, according to The Palm Beach Post’s Joe Schad:

The 23-year-old White was picked up by the Dolphins as an undrafted free agent this offseason. White scored a touchdown during the preseason to edge out Gerrid Doaks for the practice squad spot.

During his senior campaign at South Carolina, White compiled 583 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. White’s 6.6 yards per carry his senior year ranked third best in program history. White was selected by the South Carolina coaching staff as one of the winners of the Overcoming Adversity award in 2021. The longest run during his South Carolina tenure was a 63-yarder against Eastern Illinois, in which he also rushed for a career-best 128 yards.