Marshall, a 5-foot-11, 195-pound tailback from Raleigh (N.C.) Millbrook, has already officially visited Georgia and has upcoming official trips scheduled to Notre Dame (Oct. 22) and Florida (Nov. 26).
For his fifth official visit, Marshall said he's considering Alabama, Florida State, or a school out west. He says could also convert his November South Carolina visit to an official trip.
One school that won't receive an official visit, despite Marshall's strong interest in it, is North Carolina.
"I've been there so many times," Marshall said. "I may [visit unofficially] with Todd [Gurley]. But I know everything about that program.
"They're still high on my list, though. It's close [and] it's a good school. I want to see what happens with the NCAA and the coaching staff."
Marshall's most recent visit to UNC occurred for its season opening win against James Madison, his father's alma mater.
"[During the visit] I got a chance to talk to Coach [Everett] Withers," Marshall said. "It was a real good atmosphere. Just hanging out with Todd [Gurley] in the locker room [was fun]. They were showing us love."
Among the love that was shown came from the UNC fans, who chanted Marshall's name while he was on the sideline during pregame warm-ups.
"I didn't really like [the chants]," Marshall said. "It was kind of awkward. I didn't know what to do or how to act [towards the chants]."
After Friday's 63-28 loss to Raleigh (N.C.) Wakefield, Millbrook is 3-3 this season. On the year, Marshall has rushed for 633 yards.