With 15 prospects committed, the University of Georgia has 10 more spots to fill in the 2012 class. In this two-part feature, DawgNation takes a look at five targets on offense that coach Mark Richt and his staff would love to have suiting up in Red and Black come next fall.
Keith Marshall, RB, 5-11, 200
Marshall, rated as the top back in the country and No. 6 overall prospect, has a lot in common with the Georgia starter at running back, true freshman and former top-rated running back prospect Isaiah Crowell. Both are known for having big-play ability while also possessing deceptive strength. Like Crowell, Marshall also was targeted early by Georgia and has been the focus of much of its recruiting efforts the last two years.