One of the top signal callers from the Sunshine State is Victor Marc. Marc, 5-11 and 208 pounds, transferred from Miami (Fla.) Dr. Krop to Hallandale (Fla.) High School. It's been a nice and easy transition for this athletic quarterback.
"It's a new offense to me and I am already the leader," Marc said. "I like my new school; the teachers, players and coaches. They have accepted me as their new quarterback and I like this offense because it has a little bit of everything."
Marc may not have ideal size but he does display a good arm and exceptional quickness in the pocket.
"I make smart decisions with the ball, I make good decisions. I also take control in the huddle and I like to distribute the ball to my playmakers. I always want to get everyone involved. I love to keep the game exciting. I just need to work on my consistency and being more patient."
According to Marc he has over a dozen scholarship offers from schools such as USF, Clemson, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
"I am very open right now between everyone. They seem to be all coming at me at once."
That contradicts what Marc was saying last month when he named Ohio State as his leader.
"I was at Ohio State for spring game. I love the coaching staff and chemistry up there. They have a blend of academics and athletics. I guess I would say they are on top so other schools can see that they need to come at me hard. They (Ohio State) are recruiting me as an athlete. They haven't offered yet but they could soon.
"I just want to play as a freshman, get a chance to compete for a job and get some playing time. I want to get in the rotation. I would love to play for a school with tradition. I want to find a home away from home."
Marc has already (unofficially) visited Ohio State, Florida, and Miami.