6’0, 180 pounds
Leeds, Alabama (Leeds H.S.)
Other top offers
Alabama, Auburn, Navy, Southern Miss, Western Kentucky
Marshall committed to Tennessee on April 28th, just a few days after visiting Knoxville for the Orange and White Game. Tennessee will likely have to work to hold onto Marshall, as Alabama and Auburn aren’t likely to give up without a fight, but a deep-rooted love for the Vols should give them the ability to do so.
RTI average: 3-stars
How He Fits
Tennessee offered Marshall as an athlete, and one look at his film shows you why. He is a dynamic runner with the ball in his hands and has the second-level speed to pull away from pursuing defenders. He has the open-field escapability to elude tacklers from every level of the defense, yet also possesses deceptive toughness to pick up difficult yardage in traffic and deliver the hit to the defenders instead of absorbing it.
While he played strictly at quarterback for Leeds High School as a junior, it isn’t hard to see him projecting as a receiver if he ultimately signs with the Vols. He is a very talented and versatile player that should only see his stock go up over the next year.