The 2024 class is filled with talented athletes, especially at the Quarterback position. QB is one of the most well represented positions on Youth1's recently released Elite101 rankings. From dual-threat quarterbacks to traditional pocket passers, the 2024 class has some very stellar QB talent.
"It's a huge accomplishment and honor for myself as well as my teammates who helped make this possible. It feels good to be recognized for the hard work we've put in," Marshall told Youth1.com.
"Yes, to be ranked 8th overall was a surprise. There are some really good players in 2024 class that play all positions," he added.
This isn't the first time Isaiah Marshall has garnered national attention for his ability on the football field. The talented QB made national waves after receiving an offer to play at Michigan from Head Coach Jim Harbaugh, as a 7th grader.
It comes as no surprise to see Marshall ranked so highly among his peers in the 2024 class.
Standing at 5'10" 165 lbs., Marshall is easily one of the premier talents in the 2024 class. His skills as an 8th grader are off the charts, and immediately eye-popping when watching his film.
Marshall throws the football effortlessly and can make every throw, which is no small feat for an 8th grade QB. His ability to drive the ball into tight windows with pinpoint accuracy is remarkable. His supreme mobility allows him to buy time with his legs. The best part is that he typically always keeps his eyes downfield looking for a target to deliver the ball.
"Vision, leadership and reading the defense," Marshall said of his strengths on the field.
"I enjoy being in the huddle with my teammates and leading them on the field," he added.
His confidence in his abilities shine on tape, as he remains calm in the face of pressure to deliver dimes. Marshall throws a beautiful deep ball that usually hits the receiver perfectly in stride.
Simply put, his talent is remarkable especially for an 8th grader.
The Detroit, MI native has earned a reputation for his stellar play on the field. Marshall recently led his Southfield Falcons team to a State Championship this past season.
Some of his other recent achievements include:
Scholarship offers from Jim Harbaugh at University of Michigan and Lane Kiffin at Florida Atlantic University
2-Time National Champion
Process All American
Dmaxx All American
Being named as a Top 10 prospect on Youth1's Elite101 rankings is high praise for any athlete, and for Marshall one could argue he deserves to be ranked even higher. With as much success as Marshall has had at such a young age, he still remains level-headed, humble and dedicated to putting in the work.
"I'm progressing well. I'm learning High School scheme and progressions so that I'm ready to come in next season and start as a Freshman," Marshall said.
We discussed Isaiah's tantalizing talent on a recent edition of our Youth1 Podcast, The Spotlight, which you can check out right -> here.
To view the entire Elite101 Rankings, please click -> here.
For more on Isaiah Marshall, check out his twitter page -> here.
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