Auburn hoops is reportedly losing a key commitment from the 2024 recruiting class.

According to Joe Tipton with On3 Sports, 4-star center Peyton Marshall out of Kell High School in Georgia is reopening his recruitment. He had been committed to Bruce Pearl’s Tigers since December.

Here’s what Marshall had to say about his decision per Tipton:

“First and foremost I would like to thank Bruce Pearl and the Auburn coaching staff. After news of recent coaching staff changes within the program and recents talks with the ones closest to me, it is within my best interest to re-open my recruitment. I truly appreciate the support the fans and basketball community have given me. I will be decommitting from the Auburn University. Please respect my decision.”

According to the 247 Sports Composite Rankings, Marshall is a 4-star recruit and the 13th center prospect in the country. He is also the 82nd overall player nationally for the class of 2024.

Marshall is a legitimate 7-footer and is listed at 310 pounds. His decision leaves Auburn with just a pair of commitments in the cycle, including 5-star point guard Tahaad Pettiford out of New Jersey.