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Terrace Marshall
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#83 Wide Receiver

66 Projected Points

ADP: 13.11
Bye: 13
Experience: 0 Yr(s)
Age: N/A
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 203
40 Time: Not Available

2021 Projections & Outlook

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#83 Wide Receiver

66 Projected Points

ADP Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs 100 Fum
13.11 35 486 3 0

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High Floor

52.8

DS Projection

66

Consensus

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High Ceiling

148.5

Ceiling Likelihood

High
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What You Need to Know:

-An elite prospect out of high school, Marshall’s LSU career started quietly before a breakout 2019 alongside Joe Burrow.

-Marshall tallied 46-671-13 as a sophomore, ranking 3rd on a loaded Tigers’ offense in receiving yards and TDs. He did so despite missing 3 games with a fractured foot.

-Marshall played in 7 games last year (opting out of 1 and missing 2 with a foot injury) and handled the #1 role with both Justin Jefferson (NFL) and Ja’Marr Chase (opt out) gone.

-With 48-731-10, Marshall handled up 27.6% of LSU’s catches, 33.3% of the receiving yards and 58.8% of the receiving scores. Excellent marks.

-At 6’2, 205, Marshall has excellent length, speed (4.4 forty) and leaping ability (39-inch broad).

-Discussed amongst the draft community as a possible Round 1 pick, Marshall dropped to the 2nd — likely because of his health history.

-In Carolina, he’s reunited with his college OC from 2019, Joe Brady. We love that familiarity for 2021. Long-term, it’s quite possible Brady lands a HC job over the next few years.

-The Panthers offense will be turned over to Sam Darnold. While high on ability, he’s a wild card after showing little promise with some awful Jets offenses.

-The Panthers lost Curtis Samuel in free agency. But with DJ Moore and Robby Anderson in place, it’s likely Marshall sticks in the WR3 role all season. Former Seahawk David Moore is his main competition.

-Christian McCaffrey is essentially a RB/WR hybrid — and another impediment to Marshall hitting a fantasy-friendly target ceiling.

-For dynasty players: Note that Anderson is a free agent after next season, so it’s easy to see Marshall stepping into a starting role as soon as ’22.

Draft Sharks Bottom Line

We’re high on Marshall’s talent long-term — as long as he can keep leg/foot issues at bay. He brings an excellent blend of size and athleticism in the same vein as Courtland Sutton.

The rookie’s blocked from a major 2021 role, barring an injury to DJ Moore or Robby Anderson. But a 2022 breakout is certainly in play for the 21-year-old.

 

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The Panthers added LSU WR Terrace Marshall with the 59th overall pick of the 2021 NFL Draft. Marshall brings an elite combination of size and athleticism. He checked into his Pro Day at 6’3, 205 pounds and ran a 4.40-second 40-yard dash with a 39-inch vertical. It earned him a 97th percentile Relative Athletic Score. He was stuck behind Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase for his first 2 seasons at LSU but did well to come away with a 46-671-13 line in 12 games as a sophomore in 2019. With Jefferson off to the NFL and Chase opting out this past year, Marshall emerged as the top dog, averaging 6.9 catches, 104 yards and 1.4 TDs per game. (He missed the Alabama game with an injury and opted out of the final 2.) He soaked up 27.6% of LSU’s catches, 33.3% of the receiving yards and 58.8% of the receiving scores in his 7 games. Marshall is a bit raw as a route runner and has some drop issues. But he plays as athletically as he tested, winning downfield and after the catch with speed and out-jumping DBs for 50/50 balls. Marshall also has extensive experience both outside and in the slot. NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah reported last week that some concerns popped up for Marshall at the medical check in Indianapolis after he broke his left fibula as a high school senior and suffered a fractured left foot in 2019. There’s plenty of bust potential here. But Marshall has the upside to develop into 1 of the top WRs in this class. “He’s got a chance to be like a Brandon Marshall-type player,” a scout told The Athletic’s Bob McGinn. This is a sneaky good landing spot in Carolina. There’s a clear path for Marshall to be the #3 WR this year. And WR Robby Anderson will be a free agent next offseason.

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