Florida Gators: trey marshall

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BEAVERTON, Ore. -- The Opening has concluded and it did not disappoint. The top prospects in the nation were invited to Nike headquarters to display their ability and compete against the best of the best.

RecruitingNation was on hand for every event to take in the happenings throughout the week. Here are a few storylines:

Who committed

Florida State landed two in-state prospects during the final day of The Opening on Wednesday: four-star offensive tackle Corey Martinez (Tampa, Fla./Tampa Catholic) and three-star safety Trey Marshall (Lake City, Fla./Columbia). Marshall was a finalist for the SPARQ national championships where he posted a 40-yard-dash time of 4.34 seconds. ESPN 300 linebacker Dillon Bates (Ponte Vedra, Fla./Ponte Vedra), son of former Tennessee Volunteers and Dallas Cowboys safety Bill Bates, verbally committed to the Vols. Four-star linebacker D.J. Calhoun (El Cerrito, Calif./El Cerrito) verbally committed to USC over UCLA.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- A quick look back at the week that was at GatorNation:

Last week was Rankings Week, and GatorNation ranked UF's 2013 schedule, the top offensive and defensive players the Gators will face in 2013, the top 10 freshman contributors, and the top recruiting needs Insider for 2014.

NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. put Gators QB Jeff Driskel on his list of quarterbacks he's watching in terms of the 2014 draft.

SEC blogger Edward Aschoff writes that RB Matt Jones is ready for the spotlight.

Big 12 blogger David Ubben gave us the Big 12-SEC matchups he'd like to see.

Alabama coach Nick Saban said being called the devil by Florida offensive line coach Tim Davis during a booster club speaking engagement was "terribly disappointing."

On the recruiting trail ...

The biggest news of the week was the decommitment of ESPN 150 OLB Christian Miller (Columbia, S.C./Spring Valley). Insider

GatorNation's Derek Tyson answered your questions in his weekly mailbag. Insider

Tyson also wrote some tidbits, updates and news about the Gators' recruiting in the weekly Tales from the Road and met up with signee Jordan Sherit for a Q&A. Insider

Safety Trey Marshall (Lake City, Fla./Columbia) grew up a Florida fan but there's another school on top of his list right now. Insider

The Florida basketball team picked up a commitment from PG Chris Chiozza (Memphis, Tenn./White Station). Insider

Tales From The Road: Florida Gators 

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Each week, Tales From The Road will provide news and updates about where Florida's coaches are recruiting and the prospects making headlines.

This week’s targets: For the fourth straight week, Florida coaches were on the road recruiting. This week a Florida coach headed to Orlando to check in on defensive end Trent Harris, who recently decided to postpone his May 23 commitment date. Florida also checked in on 2015 Orlando (Fla.) Timber Creek running back Jacques Patrick.

Running backs coach Brian White headed to Alabama to check out defensive tackle Cory Thomas, running back Bo Scarbrough and outside linebacker Torrence Brown. Linebacker Dillon Bates had Florida coaches visit him at his practice on Tuesday.

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LAKE CITY, Fla. -- Safety Trey Marshall (Lake City, Fla./Columbia) has offers from schools such as Miami, Florida State, Florida, Georgia, Louisville, Ole Miss and Tennessee.

The 6-foot, 194-pound athlete grew up rooting for the nearby Florida Gators, who just recently offered him a scholarship, but Marshall said there is another team out front.

"Florida State is standing out to me right now," Marshall said. "It's the connection I have with them. I have a really good relationship with coach [Jeremy] Pruitt.

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2014 CB Trey Marshall getting attention 

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Class of 2014 defensive back Trey Marshall (Lake City, Fla./Columbia) admits that he was surprised the ringer on his phone didn't break last week when the contact period began.

The 6-foot, 190-pound junior has plenty of interest and a few offers already.

"South Florida was the first school to get in touch with me and that makes sense because they were the first school to offer," Marshall said. "Tennessee, Clemson, Vanderbilt, Purdue, Minnesota ... a lot of schools made contact last Saturday."

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