Georgia defensive lineman has replaced Alabama and Auburn visits
Former Auburn commit David Marshall has made a few changes to his fall schedule.
The 3-star defensive end from Upson-Lee High School confirmed to the AJC on Sunday that he will not be taking official visits to Auburn or Alabama. Instead, he’ll be heading to UCLA and Tennessee.
“I’ve been there (Alabama and Auburn) more than other schools,” Marshall told the AJC. “I want to see a few places that I’ve never been to.”
The 6-foot-2, 256-pounder says he will still consider signing with Auburn or Alabama, even though he won’t visit either school this fall.
Marshall tells the AJC that there is a possibility he could consider signing with either Tennessee or UCLA, too, if the visits go well. He maintains that he will still visit Miami, Clemson and presumed leader Ole Miss.
Marshall, who decommitted from Auburn in July, is ranked as the state’s No. 39 overall prospect.