Three-star running backCameron Marshall (5-11, 200, 4.4) from San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian is one of the fastest football players in the state of California. This speedster has nine known offers on the table and he has taken two official visits with another one scheduled this coming weekend.
"I just took visits to Arizona State and Northwestern recently," Marshall said. "They're both really good schools. I'm going to take a visit to Utah this weekend, and after that I might take one more visit."
"Both of my visits were really good and I had a lot of fun out there," Marshall said. "Both programs are great programs and I'll have to sit down and make a decision. I don't have a favorite though; I'm considering all of my options."
"So far schools are telling me that I have a good chance to play early which is good," Marshall said. "They see me as a versatile player and they can use me in both the run game and the passing game. That's what they've been telling me."
"I'd like to come in and get a chance at a starting opportunity as a freshman," Marshall said. "If I perform well, I think I'll be able to start as a freshman and keep my position."
Marshall lived up to his reputation as one of the best player in the state as he helped his team making it to his Section's championship game against a very good San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep (13-1) team.
"We lost in our section championship game," Marshall said. "It was a disappointing way to go out since we lost 21-0. Other than that loss it was a good season."
"I had a pretty dominate performance this year both offensively and defensively," Marshall said. "I had a lot of yards and a pretty good amount of touchdowns."
For his senior season, Marshall rushed for 1,331 yards and 17 touchdowns. He also caught 10 receptions for 109 yards and one touchdowns.
Marshall was a member of the Rivals.com California Preseason Top 100 for the class of 2009 landing as the Golden State's No. 56 prospect at any position.