* Marshall won his 110mH final at the Stanford Invitational this past spring
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Marshall's top five schools are the University of Texas, University of South Carolina, Arizona State University, University of California and the University of Oregon.
Throughout the recruiting process, the senior said he learned some valuable lessons.
"What I had to ask myself is if this is where I want[ed] to be at," Marshall said. "Am I comfortable in staying here for the next four years?"
One of the senior's biggest takeaways at Texas was that head coach Edrick Floreal was doing whatever he could to push the program in a successful direction.
At South Carolina, he said head coach Curtis Frye had history making hurdlers better --this past spring, for instance, Frye had led Quincy Hall to a 400 meter title at the NCAA Championships.
Marshall appreciated how much Oregon had been there from the very beginning. And then there was Arizona State and the University of California, two wildcards.
But Marshall said he had one of his best visits in Tempe, Arizona.
Like most athletes who treasure the once-in-a-lifetime moment of announcing their collegiate decision to a captive audience, Marshall is keeping his decision close to the vest.
But safe to say, he said, it's one he's made to ensure his future continues at an already rapid rate.