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Marshall Likes Clemson; Top 6 Updated

After this quick article at we have updated Keith Marshall’s top six schools.  He finally saw a team he was visiting win a game with this visit to Clemson – though it was a close one.  He was 0-3 after visiting Georgia, Notre Dame and Florida.  His fifth official visit is going to be to USC in two weeks.  He has also listed North Carolina – he is from Raleigh and likely been to the Chapel Hill campus on a few occasions as a finalist.  That has been updated at his F5S page.  He is expected to make his decision soon after that visit to Los Angeles.  They will announce at a press conference at the school.  We will be all over that.


Where They At This Weekend?

Let’s take a quick look at where our ten guys will be this weekend as many are winding down their games seasons and some are entrenched in their State Championship runs…

Dorial Green-Beckham is playing Saturday (11/12) at 1:30 PM against #1 seed Webb City (12-0) in the Class 4A quarterfinals.  Many think this will be the final game for the Nation’s top recruit.  However, as well all know DGB has the ability to take over a game himself.  That said, the Cardinals haven’t even been challenged this season.  DGB has 112 catches for 2,176 yards and 24 TD’s this season so far.

Mario Edwards and his Denton-Ryan squad puts their 10-0 record on the line tomorrow (Friday 11/11) at 7:00 PM vs. Amarillo Caprock (8-2) in the first round of the Texas 4A-Division I playoffs.  While they are expected to win, during the playoffs you NEVER know.

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Marshall Visiting Clemson Tomorrow

Top running back prospect Keith Marshall will visit Clemson.

Running back Keith Marshall is heading to Clemson to make his fourth known official campus visit.  A source close to the situation says that Clemson replaced South Carolina on his list of visits for the 11th.  They also mentioned that Clemson is a long-shot at this point.  His other three visits have been to Georgia, Notre Dame and Florida.  An announcement of his plans is expected soon.  Source: ESPN.