Michigan State will be looking for more plays like this from Julius Marble this season!
Marble is a 6-foot-8 freshman out of Dallas, Texas. He was a three-star recruit for the 2019 class, but he has all the physical tools to turn into a strong force for the Spartans.
During Sunday’s game against Binghamton, Marble received one particular opportunity to flash what he can do. After moving to set a pick for Foster Loyer, Marble slipped inside and cut for the hoop.
Loyer saw the move and tossed up an alley-oop after drawing the double team. It was a well-placed pass, but Marble still had to go up at full stretch to grab the ball.
Marble was able to grab the pass and flush it down with authority, putting down a strong one-handed tomahawk finish. Check it out:
— Michigan St. on BTN (@MichiganStOnBTN) November 11, 2019