Chris Marshall is no longer a member of the Ole Miss football team. The transfer wide receiver from Texas A&M has been dismissed by Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin.

In a released statement, Kiffin said Marshall’s dismissal was due to a violation of team rules.

Marshall was a 5-star recruit in the Class of 2022. Out of Fort Bend Marshall, he signed with Jimbo Fisher’s program over offers from 23 other schools. Marshall’s year in College Station, however, did not go as planned.

In 2022, Marshall appeared in 6 games, making 11 catches. His season high in production came in Week 1 against Sam Houston (4 catches, 41 yards). Marshall’s longest reception of the season, for 18 yards, came in the Alabama game.

Marshall last appeared for the Aggies on Oct. 22 against South Carolina. On Oct. 25, Marshall was identified by ESPN’s Chris Low as one of the 3 Texas A&M players who had been suspended indefinitely by Jimbo Fisher due to a postgame locker room incident. All 3 players entered the transfer portal.

Marshall entered the NCAA transfer portal in the winter window. He announced his commitment to Ole Miss on Christmas.