Marcus Caffey – Down To Five Schools With Three favorites

Three star running back recruit, Marcus Caffey seems to have narrowed his list of schools down to five with three standing out from the rest.

Caffey, a 6 foot, 174 pound running back from Grady High School in Atlanta, GA, said that he has been talking with Arkansas, Purdue and Tennessee the most right now so you could say they are my favorites. Kentucky and South Carolina are still in the running.

Scout.com Scott Kennedy had this analysis of Caffey | Runs with good power despite a lack of size for a traditional power back. Does a good job of keeping his balance and lowering his pads on contact. A good receiver out of the backfield, Caffey relies on his vision to hit the open spot as he doesn’t possess great top end speed or change of direction.

Caffey did say that Arkansas and Purdue will most likely get official visits, but he’s unsure after that because he wants to make a decision within the next month or so.

Marcus knows what he is looking for. “I want to feel like I am home at the school I choose,” he said. “I like the city life like Atlanta, so when I go on official visits, I will be looking at the environment and atmosphere. I want to live somewhere that reminds me of where I am now.”

Go Cats!!!

Full story at Scout.com

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