In 2007 Steve Marck watched his older brother C.J. give his verbal commitment to the Connecticut…
Marck Grabs First Offer
Steve Marck, a 6-foot-3, 240-pound tight end from Pennsbury High School snagged his first offer today and while many thought it would end up coming from the Connecticut Huskies it came from Syracuse instead. We caught up with him after school and talked a bit about the offer with him. "I had an email from Coach Phil Earley, so I gave him a call back and when I did he told me that they had just watched my film yesterday and upon reviewing it they liked me enough to offer," Marck explained. "I'm very excited to get my first offer and it's really a big relief to tell you the truth. I've been working toward this my entire life and it's still a bit surreal to me right now. I feel like it was just yesterday that my brother got his first offer." "Coach Earley said they are putting in a new offensive system that heavily involves multiple tight ends, so they are going to sign three tight ends in this class and utilize the position a lot," Marck said. "Syracuse is a team with a lot of younger talent, so the future looks promising. He invited me to come up for junior day this weekend, but I already committed to go see Connecticut, so I am going to make the trip to Syracuse the following weekend. It will be nice go check out the facilities, meet the coaches and check out a basketball game. The offer just came as a big surprise to me because I hadn't really talked to them since they came to my school this year." Marck caught 17 passes for 256 yards and five touchdowns in an extremely run-heavy version of the Wing-T as a junior. He is the little brother of current Connecticut Husky C.J. Marck.
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