He and teammate Brandon Beaver form what is arguably the top corner tandem in the region.
And if Marsh has his choice, they'll continue to do that in college.
"Me and Brandon, our plan is to go together," said Marsh. "Whether we leave or stay here, we want to play together. But we have to do what's best for us."
"My main top three are in no order, but Arizona, UCLA and Washington," said Marsh. "I'm mainly feeling the Pac-12."
Marsh has already visited UCLA and Arizona unofficially and plans to visit Washington this spring.
"I have a real good relationships with the coaches there at each school," said Marsh.
With his size (6-3, 185), Marsh has the potential to grow into a safety, but his first pick is to play corner.
"I'm real physical, so some people see me as a safety, but I cover really good, so that's why a lot of people like me as a corner," said Marsh. "My choice would be corner."
Marsh was one of the standouts at the Badger Elite 7on7 last weekend in Las Vegas. He plans to be at the Los Angeles Nike Football Training Camp this coming weekend.