HG Insider Spotlight: Q&A with class of 2021 guard Amare Marshall

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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Class of 2021 guard Amare Marshall has shined thus far at Hoop Group Future All-American Camp. The New Jersey native is a high level playmaker who creates for himself and his teammates. He spoke to HG Insider on his camp experience thus far and more.

Q: How has your experience been here at the Hoop Group Future All-American Camp?

A: “There is great competition, I feel like I have to prove myself every time I’m on the court and show I’m one of the best guards. There’s just great competition and I’ve had a lot of fun.”

Q: What would you say the best attributes of your game are?

A: “I think I’m strong and I play with a lot of heart when I’m out there.”

Q: What is the biggest difference in your game from last year’s Future All-American Camp?

A: “When I was younger the older guys took the lead and now I’m the older guy. I control the tempo of the game now.”

Q: What have you been trying to add to your game recently?

A: “I’ve been working on a lot of dribbling because I’m trying to become a point guard. I’m trying to be more vocal and more to become the best point guard I can.”

Q: What schools have shown interest in you thus far?

A: “Schools that have shown interest in me so far are Notre Dame, South Carolina, Rutgers, Rhode Island and some more I can’t think of.”

Q: Heading into your sophomore high school season at Immaculate Conception, what are some of your goals?

A: “It’s going to be TOC or bust for us. That is the only thing we want for next year.”