There have been rumors circulating over the holiday break that four-star defensive tackle Cassius Marsh (6-3, 275, 4.9) from Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian was getting restless with his commitment to LSU and may be looking around.
Marsh, you may recall originally committed to Cal back in the spring of 2009, but by June, he put his name back out there because he wanted to take visits so we would be sure that Cal was the right choice for him.
When late October rolled around, Marsh verbally committed to LSU, but recently there have been murmurings that Marsh might want to play his college football closer to home. UCLA was a school that was mentioned several times.
"There is no truth to that," Marsh said when asked about the rumor that he was looking around. "There is no truth at all.
"I will for sure be a (LSU) Tiger," Marsh said. "I'm not swaying in anyway.
"I loved everything about LSU," Marsh said. "I love the atmosphere, the coaches, and the campus. I just loved everything about LSU. I just loved it there."
Marsh is in San Antonio preparing to play in the prestigious U.S. Army All-American game.
Though, Marsh was injured and missed some action his senior season, he still was one of the most dominating defensive linemen on the west coast.
Marsh racked up 88 tackles, 16 sacks, three caused fumbles, one fumble recovery and on pass deflection during his senior year.