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Marshall commits to Auburn….again.

First Posted: 5:06 am - November 7th, 2015

Wes McCard/The Thomaston Times After committing to Auburn earlier this year, Upson Lee defensive lineman David Marshall decided to re-open his recruitment over the summer. However, last Friday night during the Upson Lee Senior Night festivities, Marshall decided to verbally commit to Auburn once again. Marshall (6’3”, 265), who is ranked as one of the top defensive linemen in the state, chose Auburn over Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Miami, and Clemson. Above, David is pictured with his grandmother Ada and uncle Robert King.
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After committing to Auburn earlier this year, Upson Lee defensive lineman David Marshall decided to re-open his recruitment over the summer. However, last Friday night during the Upson Lee Senior Night festivities, Marshall decided to verbally commit to Auburn once again. Marshall (6’3”, 265), who is ranked as one of the top defensive linemen in the state, chose Auburn over Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Miami, and Clemson. Above, David is pictured with his grandmother Ada and uncle Robert King.

Wes McCard/The Thomaston Times After committing to Auburn earlier this year, Upson Lee defensive lineman David Marshall decided to re-open his recruitment over the summer. However, last Friday night during the Upson Lee Senior Night festivities, Marshall decided to verbally commit to Auburn once again. Marshall (6’3”, 265), who is ranked as one of the top defensive linemen in the state, chose Auburn over Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Miami, and Clemson. Above, David is pictured with his grandmother Ada and uncle Robert King.
http://thomastontimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_9-David-Marshall.jpgWes McCard/The Thomaston Times After committing to Auburn earlier this year, Upson Lee defensive lineman David Marshall decided to re-open his recruitment over the summer. However, last Friday night during the Upson Lee Senior Night festivities, Marshall decided to verbally commit to Auburn once again. Marshall (6’3”, 265), who is ranked as one of the top defensive linemen in the state, chose Auburn over Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Miami, and Clemson. Above, David is pictured with his grandmother Ada and uncle Robert King.
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