Dismissed LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu will reportedly enroll at the university on Tuesday. (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Dismissed LSU All-American cornerback Tyrann Mathieu is set to re-enroll at the school on Tuesday his father says, reports ESPN.com.
Mathieu was kicked off the team Aug. 10 for a violation of the school's substance abuse policy. His father, Tyrone, said that Mathieu would not play football this season and that is family needed "time to heal". Mathieu is not on scholarship and will pay his own tuition. About 20 schools made inquiries about Mathieu after he was dismissed.
Mathieu was reportedly in a drug rehabilitation program in Houston.
"Tyrann is focused on addressing his issues," Mathieu's father told ESPN.com last month.
Mathieu, a first-team AP All-America selection, won the Bednarik Award as national defensive player of the year last season. He scored four touchdowns, two on punt returns and two on fumble returns. He also intercepted two passes, caused six fumbles and recovered four.