Through a press release Marshall University basketball coach Tom Herrion announced that rising senior shooting guard D.D. Scarver has left the program.
Scarver arrived at Marshall from Trinity Valley Community College (Texas) as the 23rd best junior college prospect in the nation according to JucoRecruiting.com. During his second season at Trinity, Scarver was named a NJCAA All-American and Region XIV Player of the Year after averaging 24.1 points per game.
In his lone season with the Thundering Herd Scarver appeared in all 32 games, starting 29 while averaging 26.4 minutes, 11.9 points, 2.0 rebounds, and 1.5 assist per contest. He also lead Marshall in three-point attempts, taking 199 shots from beyond the arc, hitting 65 of them for a .327 field goal percentage.
Scarver joins two other former players, Chris Martin and DeAndre Kane, who have left Marshall's basketball program this offseason with eligibility remaining.