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Leeds QB TaDarryl Marshall no longer committed to Tennessee

Leeds' three star quarterback, TaDarryl Marshall, is no longer headed to Rocky Top. After leading the Green Wave (13-2) to their second consecutive 4A state title, Marshall learned that Tennessee has revoked their scholarship offer.
Marshall confirmed that his services were once again up for grabs via twitter - "The recruiting process has been nothing less than business. And while managing a business sacrifices must be made to keep things rolling in the industry. In the end a business decision has been made. It has been brought to my attention the University of Tennessee has revoked their scholarship offer and has left me no choice but to re-open my recruitment."
The 5'11, 175 pound speedster started at quarterback for Leeds but projected as a receiver in Butch Jones offense. When Marshall committed to the Vols in April he listed his leaders as Auburn, Alabama, Tennessee and Samford. He currently holds offers from SEC powers Alabama, Auburn and Missouri as well as in-state FCS programs Samford, Jacksonville State and Alabama State.