The Big East program has been surrounding the Spring Grove talent since his sophomore year, where he eclipsed over 1,400 yards and 13 touchdowns. He followed that up with 1,600 yards and 14 touchdowns his junior season.
"There are no other schools right now," Marshall said in response to if any other schools had gotten involved with his recruitment, "Bowling Green, Syracuse, Michigan State, Akron, Maryland and Virginia are showing a lot of interest in me right now."
"I'm pretty much wide open right now and am interested in any program that steps up," Marshall said. "I've had a bunch of schools stop by and see me, it's just a matter of somebody stepping up and offering."
In addition ot the tremendous passing accomplishments, Marshall also boasted 450 yards rushing and 5 touchdowns, proving his versatility.
"I'm more of a drop back passer, but I can run when I need too," Marshall concluded, "I'd say my accuracy is really good and I'm a smart player. My Dad is our coach, so I've got a lot of good tutoring from him."
Playing under his father, the offensive coordinator at Spring Grove, certainly isn't always easy.
"It's a great opportunity," Marshall said of his father, "I've had the chance to get better and he's been a really big help in getting me where I need to be. It also can be stressful at times and I am well aware of the pressures that come with playing for your father."