Trezmen Marshall decision adds more spice to Georgia football-Alabama rivalry

ATHENS — It made sense that Trezmen Marshall would want to look elsewhere for opportunities. The fourth-year linebacker is clearly good enough to play at a high level as he was able to consistently find his way onto the field for a championship-winning defense this past season.

Georgia brought back both starting linebackers in Jamon Dumas-Johnson and Smael Mondon. The Bulldogs also signed three linebackers in the 2023 recruiting cycle, with Raylen Wilson and CJ Allen already on campus. Add in younger options in Xavian Sorey and Jalon Walker and it’s understandable why a veteran player would look for a better opportunity elsewhere.

Few expected though that Marshall would find that opportunity at Alabama, which is where Marshall announced he would be transferring to on Thursday night.






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