Found July 09, 2013 on SCACC Hoops:
Florida State’s summer of rejection continues.  Penn State transfer Jermaine Marshall visited Tallahassee and then decided he wanted to finish his final season of basketball out west when he picked Arizona State. Penn State transfer Jermaine Marshall has committed to Arizona State, per a source. Eligible immediately. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) July 8, 2013 Marshall, who has graduated and can play right away, averaged 15.3 points per game for the Nittany Lions, but has never proven to be a great shooter. He’s never hit more than 39% form the floor and more than 34% from three. I don’t know why he didn’t pick the Seminoles, but if I had to guess, he probably saw what the rest of us see, a crowded back court in Tallahassee. Leonard Hamilton will have to go with a three-guard lineup this coming season, but he already has to find room for Ian Miller, Devon Bookert, Montay Brandon, Aaron Thomas and incoming freshman Xavier Rathan-Mayes. Even if I thought Marshall was better than any of those guys (he may be), he certainly wasn’t going to see the 34.6 minutes per game he saw last year at Penn State. Meanwhile the Sun Devils just lost wings Evan Gordon and Carrick Felix, so Marshall has a shot to jump right in and start right away. This article was originally published at If you are interested in sharing your website's content with, Contact Us.  

Sun Devils land highly-regarded transfer Marshall

This may be some exaggeration, but this feels like a big time victory for Herb Sendek and his coaching staff. Monday, ASU announced transfer guard Jermaine Marshall would be heading to the Sun Devils from Penn State. In the mix as well were North Carolina, Creighton, and Florida State. 

Sun Devils land former Penn State G Marshall

Former Penn State guard Jermaine Marshall is planning to transfer to Arizona State. Marshall, the Nittany Lions' second-leading scorer last season, announced in May that he was forgoing his final year of eligibility to pursue a professional career overseas. The 6-foot-4 guard is now headed to Arizona State instead, as long as he fulfills requirements to graduate this summer...

Marshall finds prefect fit in Tempe

Following his decision to transfer out of the Nittany Lions’ basketball program, Penn State guard Jermaine Marshall considered several schools during the recruiting process. Ultimately, his visit to Tempe ten or so days ago was a tough act to follow and led him to today’s announcement that he will join the Sun Devils. Marshall is eligible to play immediately in the 2013-14 season.

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Following the surprising departure of guard Evan Gordon, the Sun Devil basketball team suddenly found itself with a depleted and inexperienced backcourt. Following the addition of JC transfer Shaquielle McKissic, ASU has landed Penn State’s Jermaine Marshall who was his team’s second leading scorer last season.

Guard Jermaine Marshall transfers from Penn State to Arizona State

Now-former Penn State guard Jermaine Marshall had been considering a career overseas, but will instead be transferring to Arizona State.

Arizona State lands high-scoring transfer from Penn State

All-Pac-12 point guard Jahii Carson is about to get a new running mate in Arizona State's backcourt. Jermaine Marshall, who averaged a team-leading 15.3 points per game last season for Penn State, has signed a letter of intent with ASU and will be immediately eligible if he completes his undergraduate course work in August, as expected. The Sun Devils have an opening at shooting...
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