With the fall signing period closing in, six schools stand out for combo forward, Marshall Moses. Where does Moses stand?
The mutual interest between Moses and Kentucky has been well documented in the past. But there are other programs on his list. "Kansas, Memphis, Florida, North Carolina State and Southern California are all recruiting me," said Moses.
Moses previously had a visit to Kentucky scheduled for October 28th. However, Marshall had to cancel the visit for personal reasons. "I'm going to go to Kentucky on the first weekend in November," Moses stated.
Does Moses have additional visits scheduled? "No, not yet," said Moses.
With only one visit scheduled, and speculation running wild, many people have come to the conclusion that Moses is a Kentucky lean and will commit on his visit. Is that the case? "I'm just playing it by ear," Moses said. "All of the schools are doing an equal job of recruiting me," He continued. "I really don't have a leader."
Marshall realizes that the bus is filling up for several programs and for that reason, he knows that he need to make his decision soon. "I'll decide sooner than later, I gotta get that done," Moses said. "There are a lot of guys committing."
There has been a lot of discussion about what class Marshall will be apart of. He started out in the 2007 class, then he decided to reclassify to the 2008 class. He's now come to a conclusion about which class he'll be in. "I'm going to be in the 2007 class," Moses said.
At 6-foot-7, 230 pounds, Moses has the size and strength to guard power forwards. Marshall is also athletic and quick enough to guard small forwards. He's also a solid shooter from the outside. As a junior, Moses made 40 percent of his three point attempts.
Moses is a two star prospect according to Scout.com.
Marshall Moses lists six schools
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