Big-framed receiver that LSU is counting on for increased production in 2019 … Made an impact as a true freshman for the Tigers, playing in all 13 games with one start … Caught 12 passes for 192 yards, including catches of 52 vs. Ole Miss and 37 against Georgia … Runs extremely well for his size and possesses outstanding ball skills … Another Tiger receiver that makes the difficult catch look routine … Coming off an outstanding spring and is expected to carry that over into the fall.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2018)
Another member of LSU’s young and talented group of wide receivers that made an impact in 2018 … Played in 13 games as a rookie with one start (vs. Miami) … Caught 12 passes for 192 yards … Caught at least one pass in nine games … Had career-best three receptions in win over Rice … Setup a fourth quarter TD vs. Ole Miss with a 52-yard reception that gave the Tigers the ball at the OM 10-yard line … LSU scored three plays later to take a 35-13 lead … Had two catches for 43 yards, including a 37-yarder vs. Georgia.
The unanimous No. 1 prospect out of the state of Louisiana ... Listed as the No. 2 wide receiver in the country by Scout ... Ranked as high as No. 10 on the ESPN 300 ... Caught 55 passes for 1,250 yards and 15 touchdowns with 22.7 yards per reception during the 2016 season ... Sidelined during his senior year due to injury ... Set records in the 2016 Battle on the Border High School Football Showcase for receiving yards (233), receiving touchdowns (4) and average yards per reception (38.8) ... Participated in The Opening 2017 in Beaverton, Oregon ... 2018 Under Armour All-American ... Named the 2016-17 Shreveport Times Male Athlete of the Year ... Dual sport athlete for most of his high school career where he also played forward for the boys' basketball team ... Uncle is former NFL player Joe Delaney ... Coached by Neil May.
Terrace Marshall’s Career Highs
Receptions: 3 vs. Rice, 2018
Receiving Yards: 52 vs. Ole Miss
Receiving TDs: 0
Longest Reception: 52 vs. Ole Miss