Robert Marve is coming off an impressive junior season. While leading his team to the state playoffs, Marve threw for 1,813 yards and 17 touchdowns.
"I think my footwork really helps me," Marve said. "I'm also a student of the game and I think I have a strong arm. Those things all help."
Marve, 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, was voted the top quarterback at the Scout.com All-American Combine in Jacksonville on March 19. It's no surprise, then, that he already has Division 1 scholarship offers.
"I have offers from Mississippi State, Kansas, and Eastern Michigan so far," he said. "South Florida and UConn are supposed to offer in the beginning weeks of May. Plus, I was at Florida last week and sat in on a quarterbacks meeting and met with the coaches and everything. They're interested too."
The talented quarterback, who attended South Florida's Junior Day, listed five schools as early favorites.
"I'd say my top five would be Kansas, USF, Mississppi State, Florida, and Ohio State," he said. "I really don't have a favorite yet. Numerous schools said they'd be coming by here in May so I want to see what else comes up."
QB Marve Lists USF in His Top 5
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