A leg injury suffered during his senior year at Parkway slowed Terrace Marshall in 2018. That won't be a problem in his sophomore year.
Marshall went down in the second game of the season for the Panthers in 2017 before graduating early and heading right to Baton Rouge. During his freshman season for the Tigers, Marshall was still recovering from a broken bone in his leg, catching just 12 passes for 192 yards.
Out of high school Marshall was the top rated player in Louisiana and the fourth ranked wide receiver in the nation. The Tigers believe we will see that version of Marshall this season, "I think Terrace Marshall and J'marr Chase are two guys who were true freshmen last year, played really well at times. I think those guys have the talent to be some of the best receivers in the country. I'm really excited to see what those guys are going to show this year," said quarterback Joe Burrow at SEC Media Days.
As for Marshall, he says he's 100 percent for the first time in a long time and has learned from the struggles of his freshman year, "It was all a part of the process. It all matured me in a way. It all helped me. Even though you may go through pain, you're growing through the pain. I'm matured tremendously and I'm ready to take the next step."
Marshall and the Tigers kick off the season on August 31st against Georgia Southern.