EYEBALL TEST:At 6-foot-3, 256-pounds, Marshall sticks out like a sore thumb on Shepherd's roster. He has the build of a defensive end right now, but could grow into a 3-tech by the time he gets to TCU.
Marshall played all over the defensive line against Coldspring, alternating from left to right end and even lining up inside on a few occasions. Coldspring made it a point to take Marshall out of the game by double-teaming him often; even throwing an occasional triple-team. Marshall displayed great strength despite being out-manned and although he didn't make the tackle, he did enough to disrupt the play. Marshall also displayed some good speed on pass rushes (when Coldspring would throw) and hurried the quarterback on a few occasions. On the downside, Marshall had such good push on the outside a few times that he overran a tackle. But, at the next level with another good player beside him, that can be an advantage.