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Cassius Marsh is seriously considering USC

Cassius Marsh is seriously considering USC

When Pete Carroll offered Oaks Christian defensive tackle Cassius Marsh (6-4, 290) on Dec. 18 after a Rose Bowl practice, Marsh told SCPlaybook, "I wanted to commit at the time, but my mom and my coach (Bill Redell) told me to wait it out and be careful with my college choice." He ultimately committed to California, but his interest in USC remained high.

High enough to decide his commitment to California was a bit premature. After attending USC Junior Day event, Marsh said he was actually close to verbally committing, but he still wanted to talk it over with his family. And his family clearly favors California at this point, but Marsh definitely has high interest in USC and a few other schools. "It was amazing, it was crazy and I had a lot of...

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