Four-star, two-way athlete prospect, Marquis Flowers (6-3, 195, 4.4) from Goodyear (Ariz.) Millennium is about to blow up on the recruiting trail. He is up to four offers and there are several other offers pending.
Flowers has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Washington. Look to see more in the offer ledger in the very near future. The word is UCLA and Oregon State have or are on the cusp of offering Flowers. USC is sending emails and cards.
Is there another school that Flowers would like to hear from?
"My school growing up was Oklahoma," Flowers said. "So I would like to hear from the Sooners."
What is Flowers looking for in a college?
"The main thing is I want to go to a school where I feel comfortable for the next four years," Flowers said. "Then an opportunity to play."
"I hope to see the east coast to see what it is like," Flowers said. "Location is going to be a big deal."
"I went to Arizona's Junior Day," Flowers said. "It went great. They showed us around the campus and that was cool. Arizona has a great campus and a great coaching staff."
"I'm going to Arizona State's Junior Day on April 4th," Flowers said. "I'm looking forward to it."
The talented two-way standout earned second-team all-region and all-state (HM) after accounting for 87 tackles, three interceptions, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
On the offensive side of the ball, he rushed for 932 yards and eight rushing touchdowns. He also caught six receptions out of the backfield for 106 yards.
Flowers is also an outstanding special teams performer as he blocked three punts and one field goal.
Flowers is planning on going to the USC Rising Stars Camp and will probably go to either Arizona or Arizona State's camp as well.
The scouting report on Flowers is he's very versatile and play a lot of positions. A team leader, players on his team look for him to come up with the big play that turns the tide. He is a high energy player who gives his all whistle to whistle.
Flowers is a member of the preseason Rivals.com Rivals100 team for the class of 2010 landing as the nation's No. 71 prospect at any position.