South Florida Bulls football head coach Jeff Scott addressed a glaring need with the signing of three-star Miami Central High School quarterback Katravis Marsh during National Signing Day on Wednesday.
An explosive, state champion quarterback out of Miami, welcome to USF, @trill_kav!— USF Football (@USFFootball) February 5, 2020
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Three-star (.8558) per 247Sports and Rivals
Other Notable Offers: Utah, Tennessee, FAU, Tulane, UCF
Marsh was originally committed to Utah but de-committed in mid-November despite pledging to the Utes in June of 2019 during his official visit.
The 6’4”, 195 lb signal-caller helped the Miami Central Rockets to the 6A state title this past season. He becomes the third quarterback added during Scott’s tenure, including UNC transfer Cade Fortin, who’s already enrolled, and Lake City Columbia’s Jordan Smith.
After finishing the 2019 season with just one (kinda) healthy scholarship quarterback, new offensive coordinator Charlie Weis Jr, and Scott will have four able-bodied QBs to choose from.