Upstate Combo Guard Making Improvements

Reporter Mike Sullivan has a free individual look at the game of a combo guard from upstate New York by the name of Davon Marshall, who continues to make improvements in his individual game ...

Davon Marshall, a 5-foot-10 combo guard from Niagara Falls High School in Niagara Falls, New York, is a player to watch over high school basketball season. Marshall has made progress in many areas of his game and he continues to garner some division one interest in his skill level.

Binghamton and Central Connecticut are among the schools watching his progress.

The 2010 combo guard has made improvements in his lead guard skills. He's always had the skill level to punish the opposing team's defense with points from many spots on the floor.

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, Albany, Northeastern, Canisius.


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