Over the past several days, Warren Marshall IV has pulled in a few scholarship offers for himself. While he entered March with some division two offers, the 6’5” 2024 guard of Brother Rice High School (MI), he not only received his first division one offer but a trio of them. 

The offers for the juniors came from Central Michigan, Detroit Mercy, and Oakland. He previously held division two offers from Grand Valley State and Wayne State. Marshall broke down all five of these programs. 

Central Michigan: “I went to a player camp over the summer which was a great experience all around and received feedback, had a good showing. Which was especially encouraging at that time. After continuing to develop a relationship with the coach this season and him watching my progress, I was thrilled to receive an offer.”

Detroit Mercy: “I have watched Antoine Davis’ career and his record-breaking final season there and then had an especially good couple of games at Cailhan Hall, which was a lot of fun to get offered.”

Grand Valley State: “I had a great team camp there and played some of my best team basketball of the season. They were the first school to offer me and that will always be a special part of my story.”

Oakland: “I live five minutes away from Oakland and have had a connection to the school since I was little so receiving the offer meant a lot to me.”

Wayne State: “A very good school and integrated into downtown Detroit, which is inventive. I had a great workout in front of their coaching staff and small moments like that have meant a lot as part of my continued development. 

In his junior season, Marshall is averaging 10.8 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists per game for Brother Rice. After the season, he is looking forward to making some visits. This spring he will be suiting up for Michigan Unified.