Earlier this summer, the Miami Hurricanes indefinitely suspended linebacker Juwon Young. On Monday, the Palm Beach Post announced Young has been granted his release and will transfer to Marshall.
Young was suspended after Miami learned he potentially used luxury cars from a car rental service.
Young was suspended by Miami after the school learned through his former girlfriend he and other players may have used luxury rental cars from a local agency in exchange for future restitution. The Miami Herald reported the agency is South Beach Exotic Rentals.
Three other players — wide receiver Stacy Coley, defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad and linebacker Jermaine Grace — are still being investigated by the school and there is no word on what punishment they could face.
Last season, Young recorded 57 tackles, one interception and one forced fumble in 10 games. He earned the starting job midway through the season.
At Marshall, Young will join former Miami wide receiver Tyre Brady, who also transferred to the Herd earlier this year.