Three-star defensive end David Marshall received a visit on Friday from recently hired Georgia assistant Glenn Schumann.
It ended with Marshall deciding on taking an official visit to Athens in the coming weeks despite not having yet reported an offer — or so he thought.
Days later, the 6-foot-2, 256-pound defensive end learned he had, in fact, received an offer from the Bulldogs. He quickly took to Twitter to announce the news.
Marshall, whose been committed to Auburn since October, was once recruited by Alabama and, coincidentally, Kirby Smart. With the uncertainty surrounding Auburn’s defensive coordinator opening, this could be an opportune time for the Bulldogs to make a late, concerted effort to pursue the senior from Upson-Lee High School (Thomaston, Ga.).
As it stands, the Bulldogs do not have a commitment from a single outside linebacker, the same position Marshall says the program is recruiting him at.
He is rated as the No. 39 player in Georgia.
— DEC. 13th (@dee_hooper35) December 13, 2015