Just a few weeks after landing a verbal commitment from Arlington (OH) defensive end Logan Speyer, the Miami RedHawks have picked up a pledge from another class of 2017 prospect. On Wednesday evening, Wyoming High School (OH) quarterback Andrew Marty announced via his Twitter page that he will continue his education and football career in Oxford.
What a time!!! Humbled by this experience, thanks to everyone that has been apart of the ride, GO REDHAWKS!!! ⚪️ ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/UEUH5oCcOf— Andrew Marty (@amartyfootball) March 30, 2016
Coming off of a broken femur that cut his junior campaign short, Marty, a two-star prospect, is hoping to bounce back and lead Wyoming deep into the state playoffs next season. Starting under center for the Cowboys as a sophomore, Andrew accounted for over 1,800 yards through the air, nearly 300 yards on the ground, and 22 total touchdowns.
Currently considered the 70th pro-style quarterback, and 1,286th overall prospect in the class of 2017, according the 247Sports Composite Rankings, Marty, reportedly received scholarship offers from a number of different Mid-American Conference programs. Eastern Michigan, Toledo, and Western Michigan all offered the 6'4, 215-pound signal caller a chance to attend their school before he decided to take his talents to Miami.
Before you have the chance to watch him throw touchdown passes for the RedHawks take a few moments to watch some of Andrew Marty's high school highlights, courtesy of the crew at Hudl: