Marquis Ware remains wide open in his recruitment and many programs from across the country continue to come after the Los Angeles Salesian athlete.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound four-star prospect has one official visit set up to Oklahoma on Oct. 4 and then will work on others as things move forward.
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Salesian assistant coach D'Vah Thomas said Arizona is also coming after Ware along with Wisconsin, South Carolina, Ohio State, Oregon State and others in the race as well. Michigan State is also starting to show interest in Ware, who will play all over the place this season.
"He has a big role this year now that Jihad (Vercher) is gone," Thomas said.
"He'll be playing some quarterback for us. He'll be playing middle linebacker next to (Jamardre) Cobb, some d-end for the pass rush, he could play some wide out now that Jermaine Kelly is gone and he'll be in the backfield there with Rodney (Carr). He'll be everywhere."
The most important things for Ware when he looks at schools are where he can excel academically and possibly get on the field early.
Ware, rated as the seventh-best athlete in the 2014 class by Rivals.com, could definitely play on either side of the ball. The one official visit to Oklahoma is set up and Thomas said Arizona is really trying to stay involved with the four-star recruit.
"I know he has the high rankings but he's looking for a school where he can soar academically and where he can play and make an impact," Thomas said. "He's going to go somewhere and make an impact."
Rivals.com also rates Ware as the No. 143 recruit in the 2014 class.
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