"I have set up one visit so far," said Marcus Vick. "I will go to Virginia on January 18th. I also like Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Clemson, Missouri and Michigan. Right now, I am wide open."
Vick, 6-0 and 185 pounds, plays quarterback for Newport News (Va.) Warwick High School. Last week, his older brother, Mike Vick was in town because the Atlanta Falcons had a bye-week.
"We just hung out. He came to my game Friday. I threw for 273 yards and 2 touchdown passes. I also rushed the ball 7 times for 91 yards and scored a touchdown."
Vick Sets First Visit
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