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Three down, one to go for Marshall

Three down, one to go for Marshall

Earlier in the season, it seemed as if the race for Cameron Marshall's services was going to come down to Arizona State and Northwestern. However, in the last few weeks Utah and Oregon have stepped up their recruiting efforts and have joined as legitimate suitors. Devils Digest talked to the running back about his recruitment.

The 5-11 208 Cameron Marshall visited Arizona State back on Oct.26th. This month he already took a trip to Northwestern and this past weekend he paid Utah a visit. When asked to compare the visits to each other the running back played it close to the vest. "I can't say that the Utah visit was way better or way worse than my other visits," said Marshall. "Every visit I liked some things, and some... Recommended Stories

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