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Terrace Marshall Jr. | Panthers WR

Date of Birth:  06/09/2000
Age:  22
Height  6'3"
Weight:   205
College:  LSU
Drafted:  2021 | Round 2 | Pick 59
Depth Chart:  Starter

Terrace Marshall Jr. | Panthers WR


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Terrace Marshall Jr. | Panthers WR

The Panthers have placed Terrace Marshall Jr. (foot) on injured reserve.

Marshall was injured last week against the Saints, and his rookie campaign is now over. Shaky quarterback play/changes were a factor, but Marshall didn't make much of an impact in Year 1—catching 17 passes for 181 scoreless yards in 12 games—which is a disappointment considering former offensive coordinator Joe Brady coached him at LSU. It might take a big swing by Carolina to acquire a top-end franchise quarterback this offseason if Marshall is going to reach his potential behind D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson.

Terrace Marshall Jr. | Panthers WR

The Panthers have selected LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. with the No. 59 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Marshall Jr. received plenty of first-round buzz during the pre-draft process, but Carolina gets him in the second round as someone that can immediately step in as a starter alongside D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson in Joe Brady's offense. Brady obviously has insight on Marshall after coaching him with the Tigers a couple of seasons ago during the national championship year, so it's a great sign for both sides and should be a strong fit. Even though the production in terms of career receptions (106) and receiving yards (1,594) were modest for Marshall Jr. in three seasons with the Tigers, he found the end zone 23 times in 19 games since the start of 2019, and he could quickly become a favorite in the red zone for Sam Darnold. Plus, he has the versatility—despite being six-foot-three—to play the slot, which would certainly be a boost to his fantasy outlook. The full scouting report for Marshall Jr. can be read in the link below.