"I have offers from East Carolina and San Diego State," Marshall told JCFootball.com recently. "I've also been talking a lot with Hawaii, Arizona State, Houston, Louisville, Old Dominion, Alabama, UCF and Delaware."
As a freshman last season, Marshall held down the right tackle spot for Globe, but he noted he can play on either side of the line.
"I played right tackle, but I can play both, it's not that difficult," Marshall noted. "I'm good at run-blocking and pass-protection, but I'd probably say I feel more comfortable in pass-pro just because of my feet and my size."
While his overall game is solid, Marshall knows there are still areas that he needs to improve upon.
"I want to be more explosive and get in better shape," Marshall said. "Once I do that, my game will be complete."
Marshall is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play following the 2015 football season.