Marshall high on LSU after Junior Day

Trey Marshall left LSU's Junior Day without an offer, but he still came away high on the Tigers. With an already impressive list of offers, where does LSU now rank compared to those other schools?

Trey Marshall already has an impressive list of offers, including five SEC schools, but he still came away from LSU's Junior Day high on the Tigers.

LSU didn't extend an offer to the three-star safety while he was on campus Saturday, but Marshall did spend one-on-one time with Les Miles and Corey Raymond, who laid out their plans of evaluating Marshall through the spring and summer.

"They're going to come watch my spring practices, and they want me to come to summer camp," Marshall said.

Marshall said the staff didn't specifically say when LSU might actually extend an offer, but he did say Miles was clear in his desire.

"Coach Miles said he really wants me," Marshall said.

Marshall currently has offers from Georgia, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Arkansas, Miami, South Florida and Florida International. Of those he said Georgia, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss have stood out the most.

But he said LSU could certainly work its way up his list.

"This is my first time really talking to the coaches at LSU, but they're probably going to get up there [to the top of my list]."

Marshall got an opportunity to tour campus and try on LSU jerseys. But he said the highlight of his visit was hearing former and current LSU players discuss what it means to play for LSU.

"The players came and talked to us about our Junior Day," Marshall said. "They told us about the family atmosphere. They said even once they're gone, they're still going to come back…It felt great being here."

Marshall said he plans to visit Florida State next weekend and will probably make a return trip to Baton Rouge this summer. When asked what he's looking for in a school, it appeared LSU already fit the criteria.

"I want a school with a good atmosphere, and where I'll have a good relationship with the coaches," Marshall said. "Pretty much what LSU has."


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