Marshall leaves USC as a four-year starter after an up-and-down career with the Trojans. Recording three interceptions in both his freshman and sophomore year, he failed to tally another in the last two seasons of his collegiate career. He did consistently knock down right around nine passes per year, however, and posted five and a half tackles for loss in 2018, the most of his career.
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Marshall put his name back on the map at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama where he played well during the week of practice and during the game. He then received an invitation to the combine, but due to an injury, he managed to only test on a limited basis.
Only do the bench press (16 reps) and 40 yard dash (4.53s), Marshall managed to post only average numbers while measuring in at 6’0 and 207 pounds in Indianapolis. At his pro day, Marshall performed his jumps, hitting only 32.5 inches on his vertical jump and an average 10 feet on his broad jump.
With his draft stock at nothing more than a mid-round pick, Marshall hopes to hear his name called in the late third round at the latest, and could potentially be on the board until the fifth round. The Buccaneers will not have to make to heavy of an investment in order to bring him to Tampa Bay.