Marquez Callaway couldn’t help it. When asked if having the opportunity to play both basketball and football in college was going to be a huge deciding factor in his recruitment, the athlete smiled from ear-to-ear.
Callaway, a 4-star two-sport athlete from Warner Robins High School (Warner Robins, Ga.), told the AJC’s SECCountry.com that several SEC schools have offered him the opportunity to play both sports in college, but there’s a catch.
“Some of them said I will be able to play both if I would be able to stay on top of my grades,” Callaway said.
Some of those schools that have told Callaway he could play both sports are: UGA, Tennessee, Auburn and South Carolina.
The U.S. Army All-American told SECCountry.com that he currently has no favorite schools and will commit on National Signing Day in February.
In the video above, Callaway answers the following questions:
- Callaway plays both sides for his high school. Which schools are considering him at wide receiver and which are considering him at cornerback?
- If he were not able to keep up with his school work, which sport would he stop playing?