Phoenix Mountain Pointe linebacker Israel Marshall favors Boise State and Arizona State with the Wildcats hanging around as well.
Marshall has the intention of playing his entire recruitment out, as each team is trying to get him to end it early.
He may not drag it to Signing Day, but he will definitely take a few official visits and then go from there. There is no leader that is so strong that it has to be called a favorite, but that could change as well.
LB staying open
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