Paul VI (Fairfax, Va.) power forward Marcus Derrickson is one of the top big men in the 2015 class. At 6-foot-8, with a 7-2 wingspan and a standing reach of 8-8, its no wonder college coaches across the country are drooling over Derrickson.
The four-star standout already holds offers from the likes of: Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina State, and Georgetown among others. Derrickson had to sit out for some of his AAU season this summer because of tendinitis in his knees, but he is finally feeling great and ready to get back out on the court.
The Panthers big man about his game, expectations for the upcoming season, and where he is in the recruiting process, in the video below.
Derrickson Ready to Return
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