Terrace Marshall Jr., WR

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2021 NFL Combine Results
HeightWeight40 TimeVerticalBenchShuttle3 ConeBroad Jump
Terrace Marshall Jr. fell in the draft due to his injury history, which included a broken leg in high school and a broken foot at LSU.
While playing alongside potential top ten pick Ja’Marr Chase, LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. possesses a next level skill set that could get him drafted a lot earlier than some might expect. Marshall has a long lean frame that has some big time developmental potential moving forward. He could hold 220+ pounds without potentially losing much speed in the process. He has a ton more juice that you might envision when first popping on the film. In a lot of ways, he mirrors former Clemson Tiger and Pittsburgh Steeler wide receiver Martavis Bryant physically. Marshall is a legit deep thre...Preview Analysis provided byNFL Draft Bible on SI