6’3″, 310 pound JUCO defensive tackle Marquel Combs is one of the best JUCO prospects in the nation and one of the top DT recruits overall. He is undoubtedly a four-star recruit and can be a game-changing player on any of the schools that are currently interested in him.
Combs has just received an offer from New Mexico, and the popular recruit also has offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Arkansas State, Baylor, Florida International, Kansas, Kansas State, Memphis, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, South Alabama, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Washington State, Rutgers, Utah, Memphis, and East Carolina.
Those 22 offers show why Marquel Combs is one of the hottest recruits on the trail right now. He runs a 4.95 forty and had ten tackles for loss with 34 overall tackles last season. Combs has two seasons of eligibility left on him, and he will give whichever team lands him a ton of quality.
Other teams with interest in Marquel Combs include Alabama, Tulsa, Nebraska, BYU, USC, UNC, Florida, and Oklahoma State.
The Pierce Community College DT out of Woodland Hills, California could potentially go to 21 schools, with Kansas and Kansas State among those. USC and UNC have not offered Marquel Combs, but both- especially USC- are considered possible destinations.
Although Arkansas is no longer a major player for Combs, Ole Miss is still the favorite in his recruitment. He will visit Ole Miss on Saturday, and there is a chance that Marquel Combs commits to the school then.
Many teams have prioritized the talented JUCO recruit, including teams like Texas A&M and Kansas State. It’s good to see that Kansas is at least in the mix, but it’s starting to feel like Marquel Combs will choose Ole Miss.
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