Tadarryl Marshall discusses visit to Arizona

Tadarryl Marshall is approaching a final decision. Read on to find out how his visit to Arizona went and more.

This past weekend was one of the biggest recruiting opportunities in recent months for the UA football program and it wouldn’t be a surprise if multiple prospects eventually become Wildcats.

One of these players is Leeds (Ala.) 2016 athlete TaDarryl Marshall. 

“The visit went really well,” Marshall said. “I took a tour of the campus and we talked with the coaches a lot, but it was also just a way to see if I could see myself staying there for the next four to five years.”

Marshall liked what he heard from the UA coaches.

“They think that I can play pretty much anywhere," he said. "We talked about playing wide receiver, cornerback or safety.

"I think I can play any of those positions and be ready to do a good job. We will see what the coaches decide.”

He does have a preferred position, however. 

“I feel that I’m better at wide receiver," Marshall said. "Making plays with the ball is something I’ve always been able to do and they get their receivers a lot of action. That said, I will be okay wherever I play. That’s something I have to see on all my visits."

Speaking of visits, Marshall will take two more before making a decision. 

“The next visits up are Kentucky and Marshall," he said. "After that, I’m going to take a few days and then announce on Signing Day."


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