December 15, 2005
Broderick Marshall has the size to play defensive tackle in college. He's solid at 6-foot-4 and 270 pounds. He might also be a candidate to put out at end, the position that he plays in high school, considering his 4.9/40. Schools have been noticing too as Marshall recently picked up his seventh offer.
June 25, 2005
Nebraska is looking for some help to get pressure on the quarterback. Look no further than Broderick Marhsall who at 6-foot-4 and 270 pounds with 4.9/40 speed could either be a player on the end of a defensive line or on the interior. If he had his way though, it would be from the outside.
May 1, 2005
Success of recruiting is not only nailing down your own state or area, but having the ability to go outside your area and nab a prospect or two. More importantly, into areas that are known for producing talent. Nebraska is trying to do that with one of it's latest offers to a defensive tackle from Austin, Texas.
April 26, 2005