David Marshall, a 3-star defensive end, announced his official visits on Saturday via Twitter.
The 6-foot-2, 256-pounder will take visits this fall to Auburn, Ole Miss, Alabama, Miami and Clemson.
“They’re all important to me,” Marshall told the AJC. “Those are the schools I’m looking forward to going to and playing for.”
Marshall, who de-committed from Auburn in July, reaffirmed to the AJC that Ole Miss remains his leader. The other four programs are ranked in no particular order, though he admits he does speak with Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp every day.
As for Clemson and Miami, Marshall says he’s grown close with both coaching staffs and is looking forward to his visits this fall.
“They’re both nice schools and I have a good relationship with the coaches,” Marshall said. “I talk to them both mostly every week. We’re building up a relationship.”
Marshall, who’s ranked as the No. 23 strongside defensive end in the country, tells the AJC that he plans to visit either Auburn or Ole Miss first.