Three-Star Safety Ty Marsh Commits to the University of Hawaii

Back in early December we saw Ty Marsh decommit from the University of Houston. He stated he would like to re-open his commitment to focus on his decisions as a student athlete.  Earlier Wednesday afternoon he finally decided where he will be going as a student athlete. 

Ty Marsh announced that he will be committing to the University of Hawaii via social media today. He held 10 offers from schools like Duke, Houston and UTSA. While he is listed as a safety Marsh is better described as a defensive back. He can play cornerback, safety, and even nickel linebacker. He stands 5’10, 175-pounds and I would say his best attribute his his instinctive playmaking skills. 

He plays for Texas powerhouse Denton Ryan High School, and is a multi-sport athlete there. Denton Ryan went a perfect 15-0 this season on their way to a Texas 5A-II State Title. Just last week Marsh was named the 5-5A All-District Defensive MVP award.

Marsh made plays all over the field throughout the entire playoffs. He took lead over one of the best defensive units in the Lone Star state. After causing two turnovers in the state championship he was named Defensive MVP of the Game.

The Rainbow Warriors recruiting class is 11th in the Mountain West. Their 2021 recruiting class, even including the transfers, is full of Texas talent. Jordan Johnson is a running back from Allen, Texas and currently the Warriors No.2 overall prospect. They also have Highland Park QB Brayden Schager and Lancaster running back DQ James.