Those thoughts looked to have been erased.
now, I am still 100% committed to MSU, but I can not just tell you that USM is
just totally out of the picture," added Marcus Green.
Marcus was once
scheduled to take a visit with Ole Miss for January 12 - 14 but those plans have
"I am not going on that visit anymore. There is already
a lot of pressure on me. When you got to another school, you always see something
you like and it makes it that much more confusing. I committed to MSU, so I am
not going to take anymore visits."
Which colleges are staying contact
with Marcus right now?
"Just MSU and USM. They both called me last
Wednesday to wish me luck with my knee surgery."
tore my meniscus in our playoff game against Lumberton. I played in 4 or 5 basketball
games after the injury, and it got so bad to where I could not walk on it anymore,
so I had surgery."
Does that end Marcus' high school basketball career?
but I am not sure yet. I just going to wait and see how it heals and go from there."
was a 1st Team All-State selection and was named the Meridian Star Player
of the Year."
"I am 100% committed to MSU"
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