Ahmed Hill has decommitted from Marquette, and has reopened his recruitment.
The No. 60 ranked player in the class of 2014 by 247Sports put out a tweet with a note explaining the reasoning behind his decision to decommit from Marquette.
Hill previously held offers from Marquette, Missouri, Clemson, UConn, Florida, Florida State, UGA, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Indiana, Miami, Mississippi State, N.C. State, Ole Miss, Texas, Villanova, Virginia Tech, VCU, Tennessee and South Carolina before he pulled the trigger for Marquette.
Blair (N.J.) Academy wing Marial Shayok also decommitted from Marquette and remains open.
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