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Four-star Rashaud Marshall requests NLI release from Ole Miss after Kermit Davis firing

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Rashaud Marshall, a four-star power forward in the senior class, has requested his release from his National Letter of Intent to Ole Miss after the university to decided to part ways with head coach Kermit Davis.

Ole Miss also lost the commitment of four-star point guard Josh Hubbard on Tuesday morning. The Rebels now only have two prospects committed in the 2023 class, Jordan Burks and Jacob Gazzo.

The 6-foot-8 senior out of Blytheville (Ark.) High committed to the Rebels in July before making it official and signing during the early period in November.

Missouri, Kansas, TCU, Texas A&M, and others extended scholarships to Marshall prior to his commitment to Ole Miss.

Marshall ranks as the No. 81 prospect in the 2023 class, according to the On3 Industry Rankings. The On3 Industry Rankings is average ranking from all four major recruiting media companies. He’s also ranked as the No. 16 power forward in the class and the No. 2 prospect in the state of Arkansas.

Marshall Scouting Report

Rashaud Marshall Scouting Report from On3’s Jamie Shaw:

“Rashaud Marshall is strong a, burly post player on the block. He is physical on the block, buries his man deep, and gives a big target. Marshall has good hands and can finish, through contact, with both hands around the basket. He did not take a jump shot, but the free-throw form looked like you could build on it. There were a couple plays where he ripped through and attacked from the top of the key. Hard worker, blue-collar, and one to watch enter the rankings at the next update.”