Conyers, Ga., wide receiver Justin Marshall says Louisville is his top school; Lonnie Galloway is the main recruiter for Marshall

Conyers, Ga., Salem High School wide receiver Justin Marshall calls Louisville his "top school," notes his relationship with new offensive coordinator Lonnie Galloway. Marshall is a three-star prospect and the No. 6 wide receiver in the Peach State.

The University of Louisville football staff has had major success recruiting the state of Georgia in recent years.

The staff is back in the Peach State heavy in the Class of 2017 and leads for one of the state's top wide receivers - Justin Marshall.

The 6-foot-2, 190-pound Marshall has over 20 scholarship offers from all over the country but said as of right now that Louisville "is my top school." His latest offer came from Oregon and he recently visited North Carolina State.

But Marshall said he "really likes (Louisville) a lot."

Marshall also mentioned Tennessee and South Carolina as other schools near the top and has offers from North Carolina, Maryland, Indiana, Auburn, West Virginia and Purdue among others.

New Louisville co-offensive coordinator Lonnie Galloway is recruiting Marshall. Galloway had been his main recruiter at West Virginia and called him soon after he took the new job at U of L.

"That's my guy," Marshall said of Galloway.

Marshall said he hopes to make a decision before the start of his senior season.

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