Jalin Marshall was arguably Ohio State’s biggest grab in the 2013 recruiting class.
Being an Ohio native, he’s grown up around Buckeye football his whole life and now has the opportunity to wear the scarlet and grey. Though he seems to be a bit overlooked because he was such an early commitment, Marshall will be a star the day he sets foot on campus as he transitions from high school quarterback to collegiate receiver.
As a quarterback in Middletown High School’s option attack, Marshall knows all about making people miss with the ball in his hands. Racking up over 1800 yards on the ground, including 20 touchdowns during his senior season, Marshall will be called upon to play a new position at Ohio State.
This transition may not be as tough as it seems, though. For the Buckeyes, Marshall will be expected to play in coach Urban Meyer’s coveted “Percy Harvin” role. As a freshman he will be relied on to be a playmaker…
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