Marsh is the No. 71 overall prospect and No. 14 wide receiver in the 2024 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He is also the No. 3 player in Michigan.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound wideout was previously committed to Michigan State. He backed off his pledge to the Spartans on March 7.
Jacksonville (Fla.) Mandarin four-star cornerback Jon Mitchell is the most recent recruit to choose Penn State, committing to head coach James Franklin and his staff on April 1. The Nittany Lions also have pledges from Erie (Penn.) McDowell four-star interior offensive lineman Cooper Cousins, Pittsburgh (Penn.) Central Catholic four-star linebacker Anthony Speca, Bloomfield Hills (Mich.) West Bloomfield three-star linebacker Kari Jackson, Philadelphia (Penn.) Imhotep Institute three-star cornerback Kenny Woseley and Cheshire (Conn.) Cheshire Academy three-star tight end Luke Reynolds.
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Marsh is looking at programs across the country
“I definitely want to get back down there,” Marsh told Jeffrey Lee of Auburn Live on March 29. “Auburn seems like a really good place to be. I wanted to make sure I get to go back and get the full experience.”
“It was really good,” he added about the visit. “I enjoyed the campus and everything. The facilities were a very good site to see. And I liked getting to talk to the coaches on a personal level.”
Miami is one school that offered the four-star following his decommitment from Michigan State. He was “pretty excited” to receive it and is interested in the Hurricanes going forward.
“I thought it was a really great area,” Marsh told Stephen Wagner of CaneSport about his last visit to Coral Gables “Great area, it was pretty hot down there. There was a lot about Miami (standing) out, just the trees and the weather and the campus had a lot going on, so there was good energy. It was a pretty good vibe when I was there.”