Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Trey Marshall ready for speedy decision
By Derek Tyson
BEAVERTON, Ore. -- Three-star safety Trey Marshall (Lake City, Fla./Columbia), after running a blazing 4.34 40-yard-dash at the SPARQ national championship on Monday, said he will make his final decision on Wednesday between Ole Miss and Florida State.
The 6-foot, 193-pound athlete broke down his final two schools.
Ole Miss: "I like the fans -- pretty much. I like coach [Chris] Kiffin. I''m building a relationship with him and [high school teammate] Laremy [Tunsil] up there, so that makes everything good."
Florida State: "I like their tradition. Coach [Jeremy] Pruitt and just the vibe between the players. How it was a couple years ago when they wasn't doing to good, the players weren't really together with the coaches. Now the players are around the coaches and players stay around each other like a family."
Marshall said he is just ready to get the process over with.
"It will be very big to be done with everything," he said. "I'm tired of going through all this. I'm just ready to get it over with."
Despite making his choice on Wednesday, Marshall still plans to take all five of his official visits.
"Oh yeah, I'm taking the officials, " Marshall said with a laugh. "I'll definitely go to Ole Miss and Florida State, then I might go to Georgia and Miami and I'm not sure of the last one."