Elite WR Andrew Marsh had 'really good' summer OV to Texas

After a good summer official visit in mid-June, Texas remains a possibility for 4-Star Katy Jordan WR Andrew Marsh.
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Fulshear (TX) Katy Jordan high-four-star Andrew Marsh is one of Texas football's top in-state wide receiver priorities in the 2025 class this summer. Marsh, the No. 8 wide receiver recruit in the nation in the 2025 class in the 247Sports Composite, took a summer official visit to Texas and enjoyed his experience.

Michigan leading for 4-Star Texas football WR target Andrew Marsh this summer?

He also officially visited the Michigan Wolverines, USC Trojans, Kentucky Wildcats, and Washington Huskies in May and June of this offseason.

Marsh told Orangebloods' Jason Suchomel that the Texas official visit in mid-June was "really good". He spent time with head coach Steve Sarkisian and wide receivers coach Chris Jackson during his official visit, along with catching up with a few of the Texas players and recruits he's been in contact with and met before.

Sarkisian and staff kept the messaging consistent with Marsh during his official visit that he is one of the top in-state priorities for them in the 2025 class.

Marsh has been one of the most frequent visitors to Texas in the last 18 months. He's seen Texas 10 times total in the last two years, which is more times than he's visited any other school, including Michigan which has a ton of buzz in this recruitment of late.

Michigan has been the trendy pick in this recruitment since the spring. He's seen Michigan a handful of times since spring practice, including for the final official visit he took in June (specifically taken on June 21-23).

The fact that new head coach Sherrone Moore and the Wolverines got the final official visit from Moore this summer shows where Michigan stands among his top schools currently. Michigan has sold Marsh on seeing the field quickly in college and getting more targets with their offense trending in a more pass-happy direction under Moore's coaching staff and OC.

Texas's fate in this recruitment for Marsh could come down to when he's ready to decide. There's been some discussion of Moore pushing up his decision timeline to mid-to-late August. But he's also maintained the his current plans are to announce in November just before the early signing period.

If Marsh does decide late this summer, that would greatly benefit Michigan over schools like Texas and Kentucky. Holding off until November, though, gives Texas a chance to make up some ground in this recruitment during the fall and seriously pursue Marsh as a top-priority wide receiver recruit in the midst of the regular season and SEC play.

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