7 Of The Most Intriguing Uncommitted Recruits Right Now

Jamar Marshall

School: St. Mary's Stockton

Interested Schools: Texas, South Carolina, Oregon, Arizona State and Cal

Why Their Commitment Matters: After winning a CIF State Championships in the 110mH this past spring, Marshall excelled well into the summer months.  He went toe-to-toe with some of the best collegiate freshmen hurdlers in the country at the USTAF U20 Championships. The senior placed third behind Kentucky's Tai Brown and LSU's Eric Edwards. Marshall's performance made him the second fastest high school 110-meter hurdler of all-time.

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PRs: 13.31 - 110mH, 36.74 - 300mH

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        Marshall just recently visited the University of Oregon for his final visit of his recruiting process. The senior's impact on a college program is unquestionable after seeing his performance at the U20 Championships. With one year left in his high school career, Marshall still has the opportunity to surpass Wayne Davis as the fastest high school 110m hurdler of all-time.

        There's going to be obvious adjustment to the 42-inch hurdles for the senior, but in a recent interview with MileSplit, Marshall said he's already getting practice in with the higher height. 

        Two standouts on Marshall's list are Arizona State University and Oregon. The Ducks have an undeniable history across all disciplines that attracts the best of the best. Their most recent men's hurdle product would be world championship finalist and U.S. outdoor champion Devon Allen. However, I wouldn't leave the Sun Devils out of the mix. They've got the eyes on No. 1 MileSplit Class of 2020 recruit Justin Robinson and sub-21 Texas sprinter Robert Gregory.