Height: 5-9.5
Weight: 201
40: 4.45
Year: 4Sr

Byron Marshall

School: Oregon
Position: WR
Positive: Three-year starter that lined up at both receiver and running back. Totals last season included 9 receptions for 121 yards and 2 TDs when he played in just 4 games before falling to a leg injury. Small but quick pass catcher effective running after the reception. Comes back to the ball or follows the quarterback across the field, extends or exposes himself to the big hit and makes the difficult reception in contorted positions. Displays good hands with the ability to pull the pass from the air. Quick in all his actions and shows the ability to create yardage running after the catch.
Negative: Not a big bodied receiver and struggles in battles. Unrefined many of his receiver techniques. Coming off a serious ankle injury.
Analysis: Marshall has the size and ability to line up as a slot receiver/return specialist if he's able to get back to health and improve his game.

Updated 4/28
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