North FLA LB Listing Clemson

Marvin Sapp, a 6-foot and 205 pound middle linebacker from Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood, was the top defensive player in Northeast Florida for the 2003 season. He was also named Times Union Player of the Year as a junior and has the Tigers in his early list of top 5 schools.

LB Marvin Sapp
6-0, 205,4.6
Sandalwood High School
Jacksonville, Florida

"Marvin just transferred to us from Bolles high school," Sandalwood head coach Adam Geis said. "From what I've seen of him on film, he has unbelievable speed. He can make plays from sideline to sideline. I would compare him to Keith Rivers."

Sapp already has two early scholarship offers in Duke and Georgia Tech.

"My two favorite schools are Georgia and Florida State," Foster said. "I also like Clemson, Miami and USC. Georgia has the strongest linebacker unit in the country. Florida State stressed defense and if you're good, you'll play there."

Foster, who prefers to play his college ball in the state of Florida, is an excellent student who shouldn't have any problems qualifying. He has a 3.5 grade point average and a score of 1040 on the PSAT Test.

We will continue to keep you updated on Marvin Sapp, right up through signing day 2005. Top Stories