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              Flowers stays in-state with Arizona
                                                                By Miles Fomby/ThaRinger.Com

Millennium High School

Goodyear, Arizona

Projected Position

Height / 6'3"
Weight / 207
40 time / 4.5

Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Washington, and Washington State.

5.9 /

Scouting Report
Marquis Flowers is versatile and has the frame to make the switch from safety to outside linebacker. He currently weighs just over 200 pounds with the frame to add 15 to 20 pounds when he gets to Arizona.  He is slow while back pedaling and loses a lot of speed when he turns to run with the receiver. With that said, he makes up for that lose while the ball is in the air. He does a great job of tracking the ball and using his frontline speed to catch the receiver and knock the ball away. He also needs to work on looking the ball into his hands. He has a bad habit of running with the ball before he gets it.

Who He Reminds Me Of
USC SS Taylor Mays

College Outlook
His versatility and size will get him on the field as a freshman. He might not start at safety, but he will be on specials teams. With time to bulk up in Arizona's strength and conditioning program Flowers will move to outside linebacker if needed. If he works on his back pedal and his hips when he turns to run with the wide receiver, he will form into a special player for the Wildcats. I fully expect Flowers to see playing time in all four years he is at Arizona, starting during three of them. He has all the tools to become an All-American at the next level and has potential to reach the NFL.