The Texas Longhorns staff continues to reach out to the nation’s top 2020 running backs and has now extended an offer to four-star Georgia prospect Jo’Quavious Marks on Wednesday evening.
A 5’10 170-pound back from Carver High School in Atlanta, Marks is currently ranked as the nation’s No. 106 overall recruit, the No. 12 running back, and the No. 13 prospect in Georgia, according to the 247Sports Composite.
With his latest invitation from Texas, Marks is now up to a total of 14 scholarship offers. Alabama, Auburn, Michigan, Ohio State, Miami (Fl.), Florida, and Kansas State are among the other major programs in pursuit of the talented back. After unofficially visiting Miami (Fla.) back in April, Marks attended Miami’s Paradise Camp this past weekend.
Per his ESPN profile, in which he’s listed as the No. 7 ranked running back in his class, Marks recorded a 4.34 20-yard shuttle time and a 31.6-inch vertical leap, which pale in comparison to his tremendous productivity. As a sophomore, Marks recorded 2,127 yards and 19 touchdowns on 208 carries, which equates to an remarkable 10.2 yards per carry.