|Offers:||Austin Peay, Grambling State, Indiana, Mississippi State, New Mexico State, Sam Houston State, Texas Tech|
|High School:||Captain Shreve (Shreveport, Louisiana)|
|Commitment Date:||June 27, 2022|
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Texas Tech has their 22nd commitment of the 2023 class in Shreveport, Louisiana defensive back Marquez “Macho” Stevenson.
first I want to thank GOD for leading the way & im extremely blessed & excited to be annoucing my DUAL-SPORT commitment to @TexasTechFB @TexasTechTF #Gunsup❤️🔥 #WreckEm’🔴⚫️ #THEBRAND @recruitshreve @ShreveGridiron @JoeyMcGuireTTU pic.twitter.com/BKvAQMBvcD
— Macho Stevenson (@mar_quezzz) June 27, 2022
Red Raider Sports’ Ben Golan spoke to Stevenson about his commitment and his recruiting weekend:
Stevenson was hosted on his visit by junior wide receiver Trey Cleveland, who let him know just how much the culture has improved since the coaching change.
“I had Trey (Cleveland). He was real chill, he talked about his experiences being at Tech and how he redshirted his freshman year. He also talked about how the environment was and how coach McGuire set a new tone.”
Stevenson also enjoyed hanging around some of the other commits in attendance, such as future secondary teammates Jmary Davis and Brenden Jordan.
“It was fun, we spent most of the weekend around each other, like every minute of the day. Talking, texting, then we went out together all night.”
Stevenson really doesn’t have a ton of field, but Stevenson also fits what the coaching staff is looking for in terms of an athlete. The video is largely Stevenson at wide receiver, which is a bit of good and bad, but via the Shreveport Times, earlier this spring he was undefeated in the 400m, 200m, and 100m, and ran a 46.8 in the 400m last year which was 2nd in the nation.