UGA Recruiting Daily 5 MARCH 18: Trezmen Marshall Interview

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UGA Recruiting Daily 5 MARCH 18: Trezmen Marshall Interview

Trezmen Marshall: Photo by: @TrezmanM17 Twitter
Trezmen Marshall: Photo by: @TrezmanM17 Twitter


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Trezman Marshall is a four-star athlete from Clinch County High School in Homerville, Georgia. According to 247 Sports Marshall has 12 offers, ranks as the No. 7 ATH, and the No. 11 player in the state of Georgia. He recently participated in Georgia’s Junior Day on February 24. Marshall is 6-1 236 pounds and can play on either side of the ball. He put Georgia and Alabama as his two top schools but mentioned that he’s starting to look into Tennessee too.

I spoke with Marshall about his recruitment and his visit to Georgia.

Trezmen Marshall Interview:

Q: How’s the recruiting going for you? 

A: “Good so far.”

Q: What do you think of Georgia?

A: “It’s going good. I went up there for Junior Day last weekend.”

Q: How’d that go? 

A: “It was good we went to the academic building.”

Q: That sounds fun, what other things did y’all do? 

A: “We went to the basketball game and I went by myself with different people to the baseball game.”

Q: So what are some stuff the coaches are telling you to persuade you about Georgia?

A: “Nothing really they say it’s my decision.”

Q: What do you think about Kirby Smart?

A: “He’s a good coach.”

Q: So do you have any top schools yet? Or any you’re leaning toward?

A: “UGA and Alabama. But Tennessee, I’m fixing to start looking into.”

Q: What are some things you look for when considering a school? 

A: “Just will I want to live there after school.”

Q: Out of those three top schools, do any of them have a lead?

A: “Not at all.”

Q: So where are teams hoping to play you in college? On defense, offense? Or where because you’re listed as an Athlete. I’ve seen you run the ball and I’ve seen you on defense, where do you want to play at in the next level? 

A: “That’s something I’m trying to figure out, but they say that’s up to me.”

Q: Is there any timetable of when you will commit to a school?

A: “No.”

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Savannah Leigh is a recent graduate of the Grady College of Journalism at the University of Georgia. She is an avid SEC, Dawgs, and college football fan. She also adores her four-year-old black lab, Champ Bailey.