Marshall, a current junior, is a member of the 2010 class, giving him ample opportunity to get stronger and polish up his individual game. Coming off a Can/Am basketball tournament event by averaging over 20 points a game, he landed some more division one interest in his skill level.
According to the coaching staff at Niagara Falls High School, the list now includes Central Connecticut State, Buffalo, Niagara, Canisius, Northeastern, and Lehigh.
Marshall's best aspect of his game is the ability to shoot the pumpkin from deep. He's been working on his lead guard skills to make himself an even more attractive prospect for a division one basketball program.
His terrific Empire States tournament in July also provided a chance to see his ability to shoot the long range jumper. He buried six three-pointers in one game and 12 for the event.