“I’m always driven,” Marshall said. “Once you get complacent, somebody will try and get your spot. That’s why I want to be on the top.”
Marshall is also looking forward to building bonds with the other athletes, some of whom he’ll likely line up or play against at the next level.
“I’m just coming out here and building friendships and being the best player I can be personally inside and outside of football,”
When it comes to recruiting, Marshall claims he has no leaders. He has been on Oregon’s radar for some time and the 6-foot-2, 190-pound DB is still keeping the Ducks in consideration.
“I like the program,” he said. “Oregon is second to none when it comes to uniforms, the football program and stuff like that.”
Secondary coach John Neal and Marshall have continued to develop a relationship throughout the process and the five-star prospect believes he can be a factor early on in the Oregon defensive scheme.
“They really produce a lot of good DB’s and stuff like that,” Marshall said. “I think I can really come in and produce and hopefully play as a freshman if I attend the school.”
With so many attractive options, Marshall is eyeing a time after camp season concludes to start narrowing down his list of schools.
“Once I get done with these camp circuits and really get into the recruitment process then that’s where I’ll find my leaders,” he said.