The strong play of 2009 three-star prospect Anthony Marshall is a major reason Las Vegas (Nev.) Mojave High School has a No. 1 ranking in the state. A variety of schools are in pursuit of the 6-foot-3, 185-pound shooting guard.
Marshall presently claims offers from UNLV, Washington, Colorado State, Miami, Gonzaga and Virginia. He is also hearing from Tennessee, UCLA, USC and Arizona State.
This spring Marshall, an athletic lefty, plans to formulate a school list.
"No schools standout right now," said Marshall. "I'm wide open. I'll sit down with my AAU coach Anthony Brown after the season and make a school list. Then I'll make a decision in the fall."
Marshall did make a point that staying close to home is not a necessity.
"Location is not important to me," he said. "Playing time is important. I don't have to start, but I want to contribute and play some significant minutes. I also want to play for a great coach."
Averaging 19 points, nine rebounds and eight assists for his 24-1 squad, Marshall is pleased with the development of his game.
"I'm playing unselfish ball and getting my teammates involved," he said. "I'm playing good defense, leading the team and improving in all areas. I want to develop into an all around combo guard who can do whatever he is called upon to do for his team."