One former SEC four star athlete is hoping for a chance to get back to the D1 level after completing a season at the Junior College level this fall.
Marshall played corner at Georgia, but recently got an offer that may allow him to play quarterback or several other positions.
"Arkansas State is my only offer right now," Marshall told AStateNation.com. "It's a big offer to me, especially since Gus Malzahn is the Head Coach there."
"When I spoke to Coach Malzahn he told me that he would love to see play quarterback for him or I could play several different positions. He told me that he could show me the ropes, he coached Cam Newton so that excites me."
Marshall has grown a little since high school. According to Marshall, he is now 6-foot-2, 208-pounds and recently ran a 4.45 forty.
Marshall plans on graduating from Garden City in December is not sure how many years he will have to play at the next level, but believes he may have three years of eligibility.
He graduated in 2011 and played this past fall at Georgia before leaving Athens in January.
"I plan on taking a visit to Arkansas State sometime this fall for sure," Marshall said. "Knowing I have an offer to get back to D1 is a blessing, more may come, but Arkansas State definitely has my attention. They are recruiting me very hard right now."
Fox Sports Next Recruiting Expert Chad Simmons had this to say about Marshall coming out of high school.
"Marshall is one of the most versatile athletes in the entire country," Simmons noted. "His size is a big weapon on the edge, he could play QB or safety as well."