What it means: Hard to know for sure. Insiders think that Marshall is underrated, which is an easy thing to point out about a three-star prospect. But more than anything in the zero-sum game that is recruiting, Georgia took one from Auburn. That matters at some point. When was the last time the Bulldogs beat Auburn for a recruit on Signing Day? When was the last time UGA flipped a recruit from Auburn? It’s not common. So Marshall could be the first “Kirby Smart” flip. And it might be something to get used to.
Chad Simmons says: Marshall is one of those prospects who immediately passes the eye test. He has a very nice frame with nice bulk and length. He is very strong and power is a big part of his success on the high school level. He likes to bullrush and beat his opponent at the point of attack wit his size and power. He will need improve his pad level, his consistency off the ball, and his counter moves to get penetration. Good feet and ability to play run.