Quarterback Isaiah Marshall is a player the Pitt staff has been pursuing for sometime now, as Archie Collins extended him an offer during his freshman season and Marshall became the first quarterback in the Class of 2024 to receive a Pitt offer.
The four-star quarterback from Southfield, Michigan has been in the headlines for years now as he received his first D-I offer in seventh grade from Jim Harbaugh and Michigan. Since then, Marshall has picked up offers from West Virginia, Syracuse, Ole Miss, Maryland, Louisville, Kentucky, Kansas, Central Michigan and Boston College.
On Sunday, Marshall traveled to Pittsburgh to participate in Pitt’s prospect camp and spend some time around the Pitt coaches.
“Pitt has a great program that does a good job of developing players. I also have a close relationship with Coach Collins,” Marshall tells PSN. “I was able to get a tour of the facilities before camp. It was very impressive. I love the fact that the Steelers are in the same building.”
”I thought I performed really well. My ball placement and footwork were on point. I was able to get coached up by Coach D who was running the QB drills. I spoke with Coach Cig and talked about the offense they run and he also gave me some things to always work on regarding fundamentals. We also talked about his coaching experience and some of the great coaches and players he’s worked with. Spoke with Coach Narduzzi briefly about the culture of Pitt football program.”
Although he’s not close to making his college decision, Marshall has been impressed enough with Pitt to want to continue the relationship and make a return visit.
“Pitt is definitely a school I’m interested in,” said Marshall. “I will be back for a game this fall. Looking forward to seeing that game day experience.”