Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room examines Terrace Marshall, Jr.’s winning details that make him a compelling wide receiver prospect in the early rounds of the 2021 NFL Draft.
LSU’s football program has messed with the minds of the public as much as it did with its opponents. It’s what happens when a team has receivers that can play multiple roles.
Justin Jefferson accumulated so much production in the slot during his 2019 campaign that many fans and analysts didn’t recognize Jefferson’s skills as an outside force. Before Ja’Marr Chase’s Pro Day, I fielded questions about Chase’s ability to separate as an outside weapon.
I imagine there are similar questions with Terrace Marshall’s fit. When it comes to this trio, there’s no single answer and it’s a good thing.
Whether it’s stretching the field in the vertical game from the slot and the perimeter or working through the teeth of the defense efficiently, Marshall’s versatility will help an NFL team. This week’s RSP Boiler Room examines the details with Marshall’s game that makes him a productive player where ever LSU placed him.
While many will want to debate which LSU receiver will have the best NFL career, all three are capable of long and productive years as professionals.
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