It has and CBP addressed it:
“I think for the first time, he demonstrated some frustration after the game,” Auburn coach Bruce Pearl said. “I would still say that even given that, he's been patient. Here's the situation, it's really simple: He's behind Samir Doughty and Malik Dunbar at the 3. He's behind Chuma Okeke and Horace Spencer at the 4. That's just the situation he finds himself in. My heart aches for him that, you know, when he was with us two years ago, when he went down injured, he was our best player. And then he's had to sit out 21 months.
“There is still a place for him. I've done this for a long time — he's going to get his opportunity. He has to stay ready. At the same time, it's not fair to any of those other four players that I mentioned to elevate Danjel ahead of him, because when it comes to work and preparation and things like that, he hasn't exceeded their efforts. He's right there with them, and they've been here. He just needs to stay patient, because he's going to get his opportunity.
“I think it's a great lesson for life. We all want it right away. And even sometimes when it gets taken from us, we want it back real quickly. Again, I compliment him on his patience — but only if he remains patient. I mean, I spent 14 years as an assistant coach, I spent nine years in Division II, I spent four years in mid-major — I didn't get to Tennessee until I was 45. It took me a long time. But I had to be patient. I had to work and grind. And Danjel's put in the work. He's put in the grind. But he's got to stay patient.”