Charlie Rogers is no longer enrolled at Iowa State or a member of the football team, an program spokesman confirmed to AllCyclones.com.
The Des Moines Register reports Rogers has ended up at Iowa Western JUCO.
As a redshirt freshman in 2013, Rogers started two games in the defensive backfield (corner and nickelback) and recorded an interception against Tulsa.
Rogers was named to the Academic All-Big 12 second team as well.
The Cyclones signed JUCO safety Devron Moore in the early signing period and also have a commitment from JUCO safety Qujuan Floyd. Each player anticipates fighting for early playing time, if not a starting role. The Cyclones graduated the two starting safeties from the football team that finished 3-9, Jacques Washington and Deon Broomfield.
Jansen Watson, one of the starting cornerbacks, also had his eligibility expire.
The 6-foot-1 Rogers chose the Cyclones in 2012 over Minnesota and was a three-star player and the No. 89 safety in his class.
Rogers played at West Senior High School in Iowa City.