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Name: Terrace Marshall Jr. 
College: LSU     Number: 6
Height: 6-3   Weight: 200
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.36
   40 Time: 4.46
  40 High: 4.54
Projected Round: 1-2  Stock:    



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Weight: 200

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PBiletnikoff...46-671-14.6-13 rec in 12 gms, missed 3 gms due to foot injury in '19. Backup w/12-192-16.0-0 rec in 1 st, 13 gms in '18.

 Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU, Player News

  10/13/20 - WR Terrace Marshall Jr.Jr/2022, LSU, 6-3, 200 (DS#3 WR) + More +

  Terrace Marshall's 235 yards were the most by an LSU receiver in nearly two decades, but it was the one yard he couldn't get that sealed the result against Missouri. LSU rode an 11-catch, three-touchdown performance by Marshall all the way into prime position after his final catch left the Tigers with first-and-goal at the 1-yard line, trailing 45-41 with 44 seconds to play. But after two unsuccessful attempts to run it in, Missouri swatted down a quick throw targeting Marshall to the left. Marshall was again the target on fourth down, but the junior receiver was unable to haul in the contested throw as quarterback Myles Brennan rolled to his right. Marshall was running an out route on that final play, and the defender was in outside technique. "I was confident my team was gonna punch it in," Marshall said after the game. "But unfortunately we weren't able to get the job done today." But more often than not, Marshall was the one forcing the mistakes, with his three touchdown catches all coming in big spots. All three of those statistical marks (11 catches, 235 yards and three touchdowns) put Marshall in elite company in LSU history. The receiving yardage is the fourth-highest total in program history, besting all four of the 200-yard performances put up by teammates Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson in the 2019 season. - Baton Rouge Advocate

(DS#3 WR) Jr/2022 WR Terrace Marshall Jr.LSU
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  10/05/20 - WR Terrace Marshall Jr.Jr/2022, LSU, 6-3, 200 (DS#3 WR) + More +

  LSU is playing its 2020 season without a trio that rewrote its record books in their final college season, but the most notable holdovers look poised to challenge them. Through two games, Terrace Marshall has 10 catches for 189 yards from the arm of new starter Myles Brennan -- but more notable are the four touchdown passes he's logged in those opportunities. Marshall only caught two of his four targets in LSU's blowout of Vanderbilt, but both went for touchdowns. The first a strong grab inside two defenders for 16 yards early in the second quarter, then a 51-yard catch-and-run score 4 minutes before halftime. That long pass came shortly after Vanderbilt's lone score of the night. "That's a guy that him and I have been - along with the rest of the receivers - have been working really hard this offseason," Brennan said after the game. "And it's nice to go out there and trust those guys to make the plays as they are doing."

Despite a 1-1 start, LSU's passing attack has been rolling up yardage and touchdowns - with teammate Jontre Kirklin adding two touchdowns of his against Vanderbilt and Brennan tossing seven total through two weeks. But while Marshall and Brennan are one a pace that could challenge school and conference records, they'll be at a slight disadvantage due to the pandemic that has limited LSU's schedule to just a 10-game lineup, all against SEC opponents. With an appearance in the SEC and College Football Championship title game again this season, the most games this year's LSU team could possibly play is 13. The 2019 Tigers had 15 games to roll up their marks. - Baton Rouge Advocate


(DS#3 WR) Jr/2022 WR Terrace Marshall Jr.LSU
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  07/24/20 - WR Terrace Marshall Jr.Jr/2022, LSU, 6-3, 200 (DS#3 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU,...Third member of LSU's record-setting receiving group...Started all 11 games in which he's been available in 2019...Missed games against Utah State, Florida and Mississippi State with a foot injury...Led the nation in TD receptions with six at the time of his injury...Has 43 receptions for 625 yards and 12 TDs...Part of a receiving trio all with at least 10 TDs, a first in LSU history. - LSU Football

(DS#3 WR) Jr/2022 WR Terrace Marshall Jr.LSU
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