Upstate Guard Making Progress In His Game

Reporter Mike Sullivan provides a free look at the individual game of upstate guard prospect Davon Marshall, who had a solid summer ...

Davon Marshall, a 5-foot-10 combo guard from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, worked very hard over the summer in polishing up his lead guard skills. The reason he did so was to make himself a more attractive recruit.

Marshall succeeded in upgrading his chances to play division one college basketball. In the last week of the July evaluation period, he was honored by being selected to the all star game at the Carabana Classic in Toronto.

In addition, Davon helped Niagara Falls High School claim the championship of the University of Buffalo at the division one's team camp.

THOUGHTS ON DAVON'S SUMMER PLAY: Davon has been working on his point guard skills to make himself a more attractive recruit. The rising senior has the ability to score from anywhere on the court and produce points in bunches.

According to informed members of Niagara Falls High School, Marshall has now attracted the attention of division one schools Buffalo, Cornell, Kent State, St. Bonaventure.

Davon competed for the Buffalo Hoops AAU basketball program during the summer.

A rising senior and member of the 2010 class, Davon averaged 18 points a game last season for Niagara Falls High School, utilizing his perimeter game to ping defenses during the season.


Davon has the ability to drain jumpers. He has been working on his ballhandling and lead guard skills such as distributing the ball when needed.

PREVIOUS COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY RECRUITING INTERESTS: Albany, Stony Brook, Siena, Canisius, Lehigh, Northeastern, Central Connecticut State.

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