Travis Marshall, a senior quarterback from Chattahoochee High School in Johns Creek, Georgia, gave his verbal pledge to play at the U.S. Naval Academy. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound athlete was offered during the spring by Navy. A mid-summer trip to Annapolis is what sold Marshall on giving his commitment to the Midshipmen program heading into his final season of high school football.
"When Coach (Ashley) Ingram offered me in May," said Travis Marshall, "he told me they liked the speed in which I play the game. He said I was a good decision-maker. I was intrigued by the [Navy] offer and made a visit with my Mom and some friends at the end of June. I loved it. I walked around with Lieutenant McGee and really enjoyed seeing the campus. Coach (Ivin) Jasper, the offensive coordinator, showed me the plans they have for the program's future. I definitely liked what I saw.
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