2010 Guard Prospect Evaluated By D-1 Schools

Reporter Mike Sullivan updates the recruiting status of Davon Marshall, a junior guard prospect who had a very good summer ...

Davon Marshall, a 5-foot-10 combo guard from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, comes off a summer in which he continued to impress college coaches with his shooting skills.

Marshall, a 2010 prospect, is a current junior who recently showed his skill level to several division one programs in a workout designed to give college coaches a better idea of his individual game. These types of workouts take place throughout the contact period.

Marshall comes off a great Can/Am event. He averaged 21 points a game at this tournament.

According to the coaching staff at Niagara Falls High School, Central Connecticut State, Buffalo, Canisius, Niagara, and Northeastern spent some of their contact time watching Marshall hoist up jumpers.

Due to his size, the key to Marshall's game is the progress he makes in polishing lead guard skills. He is hard at work in this part of his individual game.

Besides his Can-Am event, Marshall also helped the Western team win a Gold Medal at the New York Empire States tournament.

During this event, Davon showcased his long range game. Marshall dropped in six three-pointers in one game and 12 for the tournament.


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