2010 Upstate Prospect Has Solid Tournament

Reporter Mike Sullivan has an update on Davon Marshall's progress so far this season while playing for Niagara Falls High School ...

Davon Marshall, a 5-foot-10 combo guard from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, was one of the main reasons why his team won a pair of games in the Cataract Classic held last weekend.

A 2010 junior prospect who had a wonderful summer, Marshall stock has climbed. He helped himself again, scoring 17 points, 10 in the fourth quarter to help Niagara Falls High School defeat Mother Theresa.

In addition, Marshall's effort, along with a great game by Kelvin Agee, helped Niagara Falls High School defeat Dane Miller (Rutgers recruit) and Rush-Henrietta High School in the second game of the tournament.

EVALUATION:

Davon has the ability to drain jumpers. The question is how will he handle the responsibilities in taking care of the basket and directing an offense.

COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES OF INTEREST: According to the sources at Niagara Falls High School, Marshall has division one interest from Buffalo, Northeaster, Lehigh, Canisius, and Central Connecticut State.

PREVIOUS EVALUATION OF DAVON MARSHALL'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

DAVON MARSHALL'S STRENGTHS: Davon's best asset is his skill level from the perimeter. As he adds strength to his frame, he will be able to diversify his game more with finishes near the rim. This will also allow his game to keep his defender honest on the perimeter.


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