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Name: JoQuavious Marks 
College: Mississippi State     Number: 21
Height: 5-09   Weight: 195
Position: RB  Pos2: WR/KR
Class/Draft Year: So/2024

40 Low: 4.38
   40 Time: 4.48
  40 High: 4.57
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Height: 5085
Weight: 195

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 JoQuavious Marks, Mississippi State, Player News


  Jo'quavious Marks doesn't mind sharing a backfield. The Mississippi State sophomore running back knows he'll be splitting time with fellow sophomore Dillon Johnson for the Bulldogs in 2021. Neither rusher would have it any other way. "He's going to tote the rock, I'm going to tote the rock, we're going to be proud of each other, and we're going to score touchdowns," Marks told reporters Thursday. Johnson called the pair of backs "lightning and thunder" - Johnson a power back who often proves elusive, Marks a speedy rusher with significant burst. "I think we complement each other just great," Johnson said.

Though Marks received more touches in the running and passing games in 2020, the two backs posted remarkably similar per-touch numbers. Marks averaged 4.5 yards per carry and 4.5 yards per reception; Johnson was just below at 4.4 yards per carry and 4.4 yards per catch. And now, Johnson said, both sophomore backs have made a big offseason leap after their true freshman seasons. "I feel like we both made a big jump from Year 1 to Year 2," he said. "I think it's because we've been in the system for a year, so I feel like both of us are comfortable. We feed off each other and we just love competing, so I think that's what it is." - The Dispatch


(DS#18 RB) So/2024 RB JoQuavious MarksMississippi State
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