5-Star WR Terrace Marshall Updates Recruitment, Teams In Mix

    Terrace Marshall recruiting update as of Tuesday, February 14. The CI 25 wide receiver provides the latest on his recruitment.

    February 14, 2017

    Terrace Marshall recruiting update as of Tuesday, February 14. The No. 2 wide receiver in the CI 25 discusses the latest on his recruitment.

    Five-star wide receiver Terrace Marshall made the cut for the inaugural CI 25, and for good reason. He’s 6-foot-4 and 190 pounds, with impeccable body control and an ability to beat out the toughest of coverages. Marshall also has the speed to boot, clocking in at the mid-4.5 range in the 40-yard dash.

    He’s the type of talent offensive coordinators and quarterbacks drool over: a go-to security blanket whenever a play is needed.

    Terrace Marshall

    That’s precisely the reason why many of the nation’s top programs are in hot pursuit.

    Marshall holds nearly two dozen offers, from the likes Alabama, LSU, Miami, North Carolina, Oklahoma, TCU, Texas and Texas A&M. His most recent offer came from Nebraska on February 13, and the Longhorns extended their’s on January 10.

    Now on the home-stretch of his junior year, and with his senior season creeping closer, Marshall’s recruitment is full speed ahead. He attended junior days at Texas A&M (Jan. 22) and TCU (Jan. 29) earlier this year, has plans to visit LSU and Texas, and is looking to check out North Carolina in early March.

    “I’ll be at LSU this weekend and Texas the following weekend,” Marshall told Taylor Hamm of GigEm247. “I’ll probably visit North Carolina on March 4th. I’ll probably get back out to College Station sometime this summer.”

    With each visit to College Station, the Aggies are growing on Marshall.

    “I feel a lot of love and I like how they (the Aggies) are recruiting me. They are showing they really want me and it’s somewhere I’ll be able to play right away if I come in and work hard.”

    In addition to Texas A&M, he is high on Texas and TCU, and isn’t completely ruling out LSU.

    “Don’t get me wrong, LSU has a big chance to get me, but I have to see how they balance out the offense this season.”

    Marshall is from Bossier City, Louisiana, which sits close to the Texas border in Northwest Louisiana, just under four hours from Baton Rouge, which is approximately the same distance from College Station. Despite the Tigers being the home-state team, he’s within the same distance, or closer, to both TCU and Texas A&M. Because of that, the Tigers staff likely won’t be able to lean on proximity as a factor in landing the No. 17 player and No. 2 wide receiver in the CI 25.

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