For Georgia. FSU wanted the kid at quarterback, but that was going to be extremely tough for Marshall considering he wanted to play hoops as well. Two-sport quarterback is very difficult to do and it often prevents the player from excelling in either (spare us the Chollie Ward, that was a different era of football that required a different time commitment). In any case, Marshall determined the best way for him to play both sports was to assume a position other than QB. UGA had only recently offered Marshall as a DB (as did GTech), having originally wanted him to play QB. To our knowledge, FSU never wanted Marshall at DB, as the 'Noles already have a tremendous crop of DBs.