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Wootten Talks About Marshall's Timing

O'Connell Coach Joe Wootten said that sophomore Kendall Marshall decided to make a choice so early in high school career because he felt strongly about the choice.

"If you asked them in the spring before recruiting heated up, I don't think they had any intention of this," Wootten said. "As they made the visits, they got to know people and where they wanted to go.

"It is early. No one can argue that. The kid from USC was only in the eighth grade, right? At least [Marshall] has been in high school for a year, played on the varsity.

"There's not a college coach in America that doesn't say, 'This is getting so sped up.' But everybody is doing it."

By Josh Barr  | September 19, 2007; 3:22 PM ET
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