Former Florida QB commit who had scholarship revoked for saying N-word offered by HBCU
Former Florida quarterback commit Marcus Stokes, who had his offer revoked by the university after being caught on video rapping the N-word, has received a new offer from Albany State University, a HBCU (Historically Black College and University) in Georgia.
Stokes is a 4-star commit in the Class of 2023 and was committed to Florida until Nov. 20 when the incident came to light.
Marcus Stokes, a four-star quarterback recruit who lost his University of Florida scholarship offer after rapping the n-word on video, has received a new offer from an HBCU, Albany State University. https://t.co/Gqcm5S67VU
— TMZ (@TMZ) January 25, 2023
Stokes is also receiving interest from West Florida, a DII university near Pensacola.
He is currently considered to be the No. 24 quarterback in the 2023 cycle according to 247Sports’ composite rankings and was originally committed to Penn State before flipping to Florida.