Upstate Guard Prospect Has Decent D-1 Looks

Reporter Mike Sullivan has a player profile update on the status of Davon Marshall, a solid guard prospect who can produce points from most spots on the floor ...

Davon Marshall, a 5-foot-10 combo guard from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, continues to have some decent division one college basketball programs showing some interest in his skill level.

The schools showing the most serious interest are Central Connecticut and Binghamton.

There are plenty of reasons why some division one programs are keeping an eye on his progress. The 2010 backcourt prospect has always had the ability to produce points. However, he's improving his ability to play the lead guard position. If he succeeds enough over the next year, it's likely he'll have a chance to play division one college basketball.

PREVIOUSLY, OUR REPORTS ON DAVON MARSHALL:

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 team camp.

THOUGHTS ON DAVON MARSHALL'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

As we've mentioned above, Marshall's game is improving in that he's become a better leader and distributer of the basketball. It's obvious he can drop in the jumper and produce points.

PREVIOUS SCHOOLS OF INTEREST:

Buffalo, Cornell, Kent State, St. Bonaventure, Albany, Northeastern, Canisius.


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