As a player, Marseilles was an Honorable Mention McDonald's All-American as a Senior in High-School where he broke Allen Iverson's record for points per game with 31.14. He was named CAA Rookie of the Year after his 1st season at the University of Richmond, and in his sophmore season under current Michigan Head Coach John Belein, he was the starting point guard on the 23-8 Conference Tournament Champion Richmond team which also was a part of one of the biggest upsets in NCAA history when his 14 seeded Spiders beat 3 seeded South Carolina in the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament in 1998. After transferring to Hampton University for his Junior and Senior seasons, he was the starting point guard in another historical upset when his 25-6, 15th seeded Hampton team defeated 2 seeded Iowa State in the 1st round of the NCAA Tournament in 2001.
The shocking part about his story is that he never worked out after his Senior year in High School.
He became complacent and more interested in having a social life when he went to college and honestly feels like he under achieved for his entire college career.The flip side to that coin is that he was totally committed to working out throughout High School, where his brother Milan (current Head Coach at The College of Holy Cross) trained him daily in grueling workouts. He believes that these workouts are what got him through college and teaches with some of these same drills today. In addition to that, he was also a Pro Skills Trainer under world renown trainer Ganon Baker for 18 months before going into business for himself.
At the end of the day, Marseilles teaches his clients how to train themselves when he is NOT in the gym with them, because that's where players are made, scholarships are earned, and contracts are offered. He takes all of his positive and negative experiences in hoops as well as life, and shares them with his clients in an effort to prevent them from making the same mistakes that he made as a youngster.