Nick Marshall picks up Baylor offer 

November, 6, 2012
Being compared to Robert Griffin III is a tall task for any college quarterback, but junior college signal-caller Nick Marshall (Garden City, Kan./Garden City Community College) wouldn't mind the opportunity to potentially live up to those expectations.

Marshall, the former Georgia Bulldogs cornerback, has taken advantage of his second chance since being dismissed from Georgia in February for violating team rules. Along with shining at Garden City, he also effectively has switched positions and made a name for himself at quarterback. Marshall was a cornerback at Georgia.

Now, he's looking to show the rest of the world that he can run an offense. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound sophomore most recently picked up a Baylor offer and now has six programs to choose from. While he doesn't know much about the program, he’s well aware of the legacy Griffin left as a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback.

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