Jackson athlete talks about four

"Well, two-a-days started yesterday and we're looking good," Mill Creek (Wash.) Jackson ATH C.J. Marsh told Dawgman.com. The 6-1, 190-pound Marsh, son of former Washington Husky Curt Marsh, feels good about the Timberwolves' chances. "Everybody's healthy," he said. "We want to get to the playoffs this year. I think we've got a great chance." For himself, Marsh is setting his goals high, going for all-state honors, as well as going for 1300 yards as a tailback.

Marsh plays with some great prospects, including QB Jason Morris, OL/DL Richy Mulcahy, and Husky verbal commit WR Craig Chambers. "Jason just got back from a trip to Nebraska and Richy went on an unofficial trip to Oregon about a month ago," he said.

Marsh updated us as far as recruiting has been going. "Washington State, Oregon State and Arizona State have all talked about tickets for games and I'm still getting letters from Oregon and Washington."

C.J. mentioned Oregon and Arizona as two schools he would live to visit, but isn't sure he can fit it in his budget. "Even though I know Washington really well, if they offered a trip I'm sure I would do it," he said.

His favorites list has a definite Pac-10 bent to it, and includes Oregon State, Oregon, Arizona State and Washington. C.J. is still looking for that elusive first offer, and expects to hear from coaches September 1st, when the contact period opens up again.

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