TaQuon Marshall Setting Up Visits

Harris County athlete TaQuon Marshall is getting ready to take some school visits that will help in determining his college choice. The first of those visits will be on May 17th.

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Harris County athlete TaQuon Marshall is getting ready to take some school visits that will help in determining his college choice. The first of those visits will be on May 17th.

Marshall and his teammates have recently completed their spring practices and he is now ready to move forward with his recruitment. "I am really enjoying the recruiting process and talking with the coaches and getting a feel of which schools I like the best."

There is no list of favorites for Marshall at this time. Marshall likes all the schools that are recruiting him. "I want to keep an open mind until it gets time to start thinking about which schools fit me the best."

Georgia Tech is one of the schools that has been in touch with Marshall. He recently called Coach Buzz Preston to let him know that he plans to visit May 17th. "I want to get a closer look at what Georgia Tech has to offer a student-athlete." Marshall wants to look at the different engineering programs, that Tech offers, to see which one would be the best fit for him.

TaQuon has always had Tech as one of his favorites. While the Yellow Jackets are recruiting TaQuon as an athlete, they are looking at TaQuon to play the A Back position in their offense. Marshall feels he's a good fit for that position. Other schools are recruiting Marshall as a slot receiver and as a corner. "I don't care which position I play. I just want to play, any position that will get me on the field the quickest."

Following the visit to Georgia Tech on May 17th, Marshall plans to take a tour of the Carolinas visiting Clemson, Duke, North Carolina, Wake Forest, and North Carolina State.

Marshall still hopes to make a summer decision. "If for some reason I don't make it during the summer, I will wait until December to make my decision." TaQuon is hoping to avoid any distractions during his senior season.


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