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#6 Terrace Marshall Jr. Season 2020

Bossier City, La.
High School
Parkway HS

2021 NFL Draft: Round 2, Pick 59 (Carolina Panthers)

One of the top receivers in school history and a likely first round draft pick in the 2021 NFL Draft … Appeared in 32 games during his LSU career, starting 20 times .. 106 career receptions for 1,594 yards and 23 TDs … Tied for No. 4 in school history in career TD receptions (23) … One of only six players in LSU history with at 1,500 receiving yards and 20 TDs to his credit … Big-framed receiver with great hands and precise route running … Tremendous ball skills … Rarely drops a ball that hits his hands … Tends to make the difficult catch look routine … Caught at least one pass in 27 of the 32 games in which he saw action … Had four games of at least 100-yards in his career and eight games with at least two TD receptions.

Played in seven games, starting all seven … Led the Tigers in receptions (48), receiving yards (731), and TDs (10) … Opted out of the final two games of the season … Missed the Alabama game with an injury … Finished No. 3 in the SEC in receptions per game (6.9) and receiving yards per game (104.4) … His 10 receiving TDs ranked No. 3 in the league as well … Caught at least one TD pass in five of seven games, including a career-high tying 3 vs. Missouri … Against Missouri, also set career-highs for receptions (11) and receiving yards (235) … The 235 yards against Missouri ranks No. 5 in school history … Other multiple-T games came against Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, and South Carolina with 2 in each of those contests … In final collegiate game, caught 10 passes for 134 yards and a TD against Texas A&M … Opened season with eight receptions for 122 yards and 2 TDs against Mississippi State … Had three games of at least 100 yards.

Third member of LSU’s record-setting receiving group in 2019 … Started all 12 games in which he was available … Caught 46 passes for 671 yards and 13 TDs … Prior to 2019, his 13 TDs would have set the school record for receiving touchdowns in a season … Still, the 13 receiving touchdowns rank No. 3 in school history for a single-season, trialing only Ja’Marr Chase (20 in 2019) and Justin Jefferson (18 in 2019) … Part of a receiving trio all with at least 10 TDs, a first in LSU history … Missed games against Utah State, Florida and Mississippi State with a foot injury … Injured against Vanderbilt in Week 4 … At the time of his injury, led the nation in receiving TDs with six … Returned to action against Auburn in Week 8 and responded with two receptions for 29 yards and a TD … Hauled in a 20-yard TD pass from Joe Burrow in the second quarter against Auburn that gave LSU a 7-3 lead … Tied a career-high with six receptions for 80 yards and two TDs in win over Oklahoma in CFP National Semifinal … Combined for four TD receptions in wins over Georgia in SEC Championship Game and Oklahoma in national semifinal … TD receptions against Georgia came from 7 and 41 yards … Capped season with three receptions for 46 yards and a TD in win over Clemson in the national title game … His TD against Clemson went for 24-yards and put the Tigers up 42-25 early in the fourth quarter … Scored at least one TD in eight of his 12 appearances … Tied career-best with six receptions for career-best 123 yards in win over Texas … Scored three TDs in season-opener against Georgia Southern … Had at least one catch in all 12 games that he’s appeared during the 2019 season … Against Texas was part of receiving trio, along with Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase, to finish with 100 or more receiving yards in a game … In season-opener became first LSU receiver since Travin Dural against Sam Houston State in 2014 to have three touchdowns in a game.

Another member of LSU’s young and talented group of wide receivers that made an impact in 2018 … Played in 13 games as a rookie with one start (vs. Miami) … Caught 12 passes for 192 yards … Caught at least one pass in nine games … Had career-best three receptions in win over Rice … Setup a fourth quarter TD vs. Ole Miss with a 52-yard reception that gave the Tigers the ball at the OM 10-yard line … LSU scored three plays later to take a 35-13 lead … Had two catches for 43 yards, including a 37-yarder vs. Georgia.

The unanimous No. 1 prospect out of the state of Louisiana … Listed as the No. 2 wide receiver in the country by Scout … Ranked as high as No. 10 on the ESPN 300 … Caught 55 passes for 1,250 yards and 15 touchdowns with 22.7 yards per reception during the 2016 season … Sidelined during his senior year due to injury … Set records in the 2016 Battle on the Border High School Football Showcase for receiving yards (233), receiving touchdowns (4) and average yards per reception (38.8) … Participated in The Opening 2017 in Beaverton, Oregon … 2018 Under Armour All-American … Named the 2016-17 Shreveport Times Male Athlete of the Year … Dual sport athlete for most of his high school career where he also played forward for the boys’ basketball team … Uncle is former NFL player Joe Delaney … Coached by Neil May.

Terrace Marshall’s Career Highs 
Receptions: 11 at Missouri, 2020
Receiving Yards: 235 at Missouri, 2020
Receiving TDs: 3, 2x (Last: at Missouri, 2020; First: vs. Georgia Southern, 2019)
Longest Reception: 75 (TD) at Missouri, 2020

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