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Naji Marshall Reveals Top 5 Schools

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Four-star small forward Naji Marshall has revealed his top five schools.

Five schools remain in the running for 4-star prospect Naji Marshall, the No. 22 small forward in the class of 2017.

After receiving interest and offers from numerous big-name programs, Marshall’s college decision will come down to Pitt, Virginia Tech, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Xavier. The prized wing was also hearing from the likes of Florida State, Georgetown and Maryland.

Marshall has scheduled a visit to Pitt on June 9th and is coming fresh off unofficial visits to Virginia Tech and Xavier.

The athletic wing put his full talents on display at the Under Armour Association with the DC Premier team. Marshall played with a toughness underneath the rim and was able to erupt past defenders to attack the basket. He makes smart decisions when the rock is in his hands, and has displayed an elite shooting ability from mid-range and behind the arc.

Standing at 6-foot-6, Marshall provides good length on the wing and is very athletic. His physicality, shooting ability, and great frame will make him a fantastic addition to whichever school he chooses.

Marshall is averaging 15.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per game in the Under Armour Association.

Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

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