hey talln'. They all look pretty darn healthy to me, barring the single you're concerned with. I woudn't let it worry me too much. Some shoots simply are not going to make it. Accept it as a fact of life. Though I wouldn't give up on that one just yet.
Cuts will invariably yellow while rooting. They are useing the stored nutes in the leaves to survive and root. I compensate nute uptake by misting very lightly with a weak flowering fertilizer, about every third day or so. How many days since taking the cuts?.. They appear vibrant and healthy.