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MS/AL All-Star: Marcus Betts
Marcus Betts profile "I found out I was going to play in the game three days ago," said Betts. "It was exciting. "I might play in both this game and the North/South game. I am going to have to see." The chance to play in the annual border war with Alabama is something that has Marcus fired up. "It's been fun being out here with the guys, but it's been cold," chuckled Betts. "I think we have a good team and a good chance to get a win." Long Beach fought all season and finished second in their region only to be upset in the state playoffs by Pearl River Central. "I think we could have gone farther," said Marcus. "We had some injuries that messed us up. "Our quarterback got knocked off before the first round of the playoffs. We had to move another skill player to quarterback." Betts believes he has what it takes to make the move to the college level and some college recruiters appear to agree. "I am hearing from all kinds of schools," said Marcus. "Ole Miss, Southern Miss, Hinds, Gulf Coast, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette and Southwest (Community College) have all contacted me. "Hinds and Gulf Coast have offered me. I am going to take some visits after Christmas."
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