Georgia Tech Jumps In On Kansas Commit

Bilal Marshall is a dual threat quarterback for Dade Christian High school in Miami, Florida. Currently he is committed to Kansas but with the firing of Coach Turner Gill, Bilal is thinking about opening up his recruitment. One school has already contacted Marshall in hopes of getting their foot in the door.

Georgia Tech Coach "Buzz Preston has contacted Bilal Marshall about taking a visit to the Georgia Tech campus. "I am not ruling out staying with Kansas but I am looking at some other schools in case it doesn't work out with Kansas."

Marshall was offered a scholarship by Coach Preston. "He was at my school and I found out he was very interested in me as a quarterback for the Yellow Jackets."

The visit has gained Marshall's interest in Georgia Tech. "They are a very good school and I will definitely be considering them if the situation at Kansas doesn't work out for me." Marshall is aware of the offense run at Georgia Tech. "I am the type of quarterback that could do well in that type of offense."

Marshall described himself as an explosive quarterback. "I can run the ball if needed and I can also pass the ball very well." Marshall is known for making big plays when they are needed and he has shown he has the drive to do what it takes to win. "I am the type of player that will take what the defense gives me and make a play out of it either by running, passing, or making a hand off to the running back."

Will Marshall be taking the visit to Georgia Tech? "I am talking with my parents about coming up to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech. In fact we should know something within the next two weeks." If that happens, Marshall is looking forward to seeing the campus, school, players and the city of Atlanta.

Georgia Tech is still a player in the quarterback market and they have targeted Bilal Marshall as one those players. Coach Preston has gotten Bilal interested in Georgia Tech and now we'll have to see if this relationship materializes to a higher level.


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