The No. 1 running back in the class of 2012 has already taken official trips to Georgia, Florida and Notre Dame. After the trip to Clemson, Marshall will head to South Carolina for his final official the weekend of the Clemson game.
Georgia figures to be his top school headed into this weekend's visit, however he remains open publicly.
Marshall is an early enrollee and will announce hi decision next month.
The other non-committed official visitor of the weekend is four-star running back Todd Gurley [Tarboro, N.C.]. To date, his only official trip was a visit to Georgia.
Four-star RB Todd Gurley will be in Clemson this coming weekend for his official visit. (Scout.com)
Gurley will announce his decision in early January.
Clemson will also host several of the committed prospects from the 2012 class for their official visits.
Signees in the 2011 class, Isaiah Battle and Kevin Dodd, both of whom are spending this season in prep school, will be in town as well.
Also, Patrick Destefano, Jay Guillermo, Oliver Jones and Bradley Pinion will be on campus for their official visits as well. All three are expected to enroll in January.
Several other 2012 commitments are expected to be in town: Chad Kelly, Shaquille Lawson, T.J. Burrell, Josh Brown, Germone Hopper and Ronald Geohaghan.
The lone 2013 commitment, R.J. Prince, will also visit.
Visiting Clemson for the first-time since the summer is four-star junior wide receiver Ahmad Fulwood [Bishop Kenny - Jacksonville, Fla.]. Florida and Florida State have hosted Fulwood on visits this season.
Fulwood has several offers, most recently from Georgia.
Fellow four-star junior wide receiver Mike Williams [Lake Marion] will also make his first 2011 game day visit to Clemson.
Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama have offered.
Clemson, Duke, East Carolina, North Carolina, and South Carolina have already offered 2013 offensive lineman Tyrone Crowder. (Scout.com)
Clemson, North Carolina, Duke and East Carolina have offered.
Junior offensive tackle Jeff Deleon, of T.C. Roberson [Asheville, N.C.], will make another appearance in Clemson this weekend.
Dillon junior running back Jabo Lee has planned his first visit to Clemson. He's already made a trip to Tennessee this fall.
Tennessee and Virginia Tech have offered.
Deshaun Watson, a 2014 quarterback from Gainesville, Ga., will make another game day visit to Clemson. The offered signal caller has attended nearly every Tiger home game this fall.
Easley sophomore running back C.J. Fuller has attended most Clemson games this season, too.
Goose Creek sophomore running back Caleb Kinlaw is scheduled for his first trip to Clemson.