Byron Marshall Top 6: ASU, Cal, Notre Dame, Oregon, USC, Washington

The quiet recruitment of Byron Marshall might be getting just a tad louder. Joe Healey of Devils Digest tweeted this list from the young star running back: The Arizona St. Sun Devils, California Golden Bears, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Oregon Ducks, USC Trojans, and Washington Huskies are his top six.

If this list doesn't look right to you, you're not alone--where are the Stanford Cardinal?

It's curious that Stanford is omitted from this list, because it was long thought that if Marshall would play in the Pac-12, it would be in the Bay Area. But this new list seems to place Marshall with only the Golden Bears as his Bay Area fallback. That being said, I wouldn't be surprised if Stanford find its way back into the mix at some point.

For more on recruiting at SB Nation, go to House of Sparky (ASU), California Golden Blogs (Cal), One Foot Down (Notre Dame), Addicted to Quack (Oregon), Conquest Chronicles (USC), and UW Dawg Pound (Washington).

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