USC

Commitment Status:Signed LOI

Marshall Jones

College Choices

School Interest Offer Visit Recruited by
USCCOMMITTED (06/19/2006)Offered01/19/2007Steve Sarkisian
ArizonaNoneOfferedNoneKasey Dunn
MichiganNoneOfferedNoneRon English
MississippiNoneOfferedNoneRyan Nielsen
NebraskaNoneOfferedNone
OregonNoneOfferedNoneSteve Greatwood

Scouting Report on Marshall Jones

by Mike Farrell - 06/19/2006
Jones is a tremendous athlete with track speed and a good frame. His best position in college will likely be at safety because he reads the play well, closes fast and has the speed to turn and run with most wideouts. Jones changes direction well and runs down plays. He shows quick reaction time and is a sure tackle, often side-stepping bigger blockers to dive at a runner’s legs. His ball skills are very good and he’s dangerous whenever he has the ball in his hands. He could also play offense in college as a speed receiver. Jones works on his defensive game in practice against the country’s best quarterback, teammate Jimmy Clausen.

Mike Farrell is a recruiting analyst for Rivals.com.

Latest News

Pac-10 Signing Day dream team02/08/2007 Rivals.com Football Recruiting

Just imagine the nightmares defensive coordinators would have if Joe McKnight played in the same backfield with Jahvid Best. The good news for Pac-10 coaches is that isn't a possibility. However, Rivals.com would select that backfield in its version of a Signing Day "Dream Team" for players that signed with Pac-10 schools. Check out the entire squad.

Malcolm in the Middle01/23/2007USCFootball.com
Jones enjoys SC visit01/22/2007USCFootball.com
McKnight In-Flight01/19/2007USCFootball.com
Army West notebook: West squad has final workout01/05/2007Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Army West notebook: Deion leaves good impression01/03/2007Rivals.com Football Recruiting
West offense shows flashes in scrimmage01/03/2007Rivals.com Football Recruiting
West conducts morning scrimmage in Alamo Dome01/03/2007Rivals.com Football Recruiting
U.S. Army AA Bowl Tuesday Hot 11: West01/02/2007Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Crucial weekend for USC recruiting12/15/2006USCFootball.com
CIF Division III Favorites Get It Done12/09/2006SouthernCaliforniaPreps
Shurburtt: L.A. prospect notes11/10/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Oaks Christian star to play in All-American Bowl11/09/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Video Feature: Clausen and Tyler lead Lions10/16/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
More of Marshall09/26/2006USCFootball.com
Oaks Christian Leaves No Doubt09/23/2006SouthernCaliforniaPreps
USC Target Tracker09/01/2006USCFootball.com
Recruiting Race08/18/2006StudentSportsFootball.com
Stars shine at NIKE Passing Championship07/16/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
A golden reputation07/04/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
AMP: Marshall Jones craves contact06/29/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
VIDEO: Oaks Under the Lights06/25/2006USCFootball.com
USC lands four-star DB06/19/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Marshall fires for SC06/19/2006USCFootball.com
Marshall making strides05/22/2006USCFootball.com
Golden State Nuggets: Another top QB commits05/04/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Matthews and Jones comment on Eugene05/03/2006Duck Sports Authority
Oaks Christian DB now has over 20 offers05/01/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Golden State Nuggets: Trojans taking over again04/27/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
California standout lists Ducks04/11/2006Duck Sports Authority
Video: Watch Jones explode03/29/2006Rivals.com
Oaks Christian is where the talent is03/08/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Oaks Christian is where the talent is03/08/2006StudentSportsFootball.com
Top 100 junior likes three02/20/2006Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Jones hits a half dozen offers02/16/2006TheWolverine.com
Oaks Christian flush with talent02/15/2006HuskerOnline.com
The Marshall plan11/01/2005Rivals.com Football Recruiting
2007: Lions pounce09/27/2005USCFootball.com
Head of the class08/22/2005Rivals.com Football Recruiting
Star-studded event04/14/2005Rivals.com Football Recruiting

Stats

RushingReceivingDefense
Year AttYdsTDNoYdsTDTckInt
2006 (Sr.)------68-
2005 (Jr.)4748610234073715
2004 (So.)------535