2018 Bossier City (La.) Parkway wide receiver Terrace Marshall, Jr. took a visit to LSU on Saturday and got his first look at the new-look offense in Baton Rouge. What always stands out to Marshall is the love he gets when visiting LSU.
"When I go there, I always get a lot of love so that's always the same," Marshall said.
The No. 1 prospect in Louisiana said that after watching the Tigers scrimmage on Saturday, he can tell this year's LSU offense is going to throw it around a lot more with Matt Canada at the helm of the play calling.
"It was nice. I really like how they spread the ball out," Marshall said. "It looks way better than last year. It's very obvious. I like their offense and I like the way they spread it around. I could see myself in it."
When taking a closer look at wide receivers coach Mickey Joseph work with his group, Marshall liked his enthusiasm.
"I saw an enthusiasm out of the receivers and coach Joseph. He's a very loud coach," Marshall said. "I like coach Joseph and I like his enthusiasm and his hype around practice." http://www.scout.com/college/lsu/story/1764185-justin-rogers-talks-leade...
Joseph and Marshall talk three or four times a week, Marshall said. Joseph is making it clear that Marshall is a priority for the Tigers.
"He told me he wants me. Made that plain and simple," Marshall said. "It's going really good. It's going to be a good relationship."
Texas A&M, Texas, TCU, Miami and Oregon are the schools standing out along with LSU. Marshall and his quarterback Justin Rogers have a few schools including TCU and LSU that are recruiting the both of them, but potentially playing at the next level together isn't a huge priority when deciding.
"It's a possibility, but we have to do what's best for ourselves at the end of the day," Marshall told Scout.
Marshall doesn't have any kind of timeline for a decision, saying he's just enjoying the process. Rogers plans to commit by end of the summer, which means that he'll be committed most likely
The No. 5 overall receiver and No. 1 receiver in the South earned an invite to The Opening Finals in Oregon along with Rogers. Marshall was named one of Scout's Top 10 performers on offense from the camp in New Orleans.
His goal at the beginning of the camp was fulfilled.
"Just wanted to prove I was the best."
As of now, Marshall said the only school he's trying to see is Oregon. No future visits have been set for him.
Stay tuned to Scout for the latest on Marshall's recruitment and more on The Opening Regionals as they make their way around the country.