Terrace Marshall

Wide Receiver
6′4″ / 190 lbs
Bossier City, LA
Class of 2018
Rating: 99

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Rating: 99.2

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Texas A&M
Florida State
Louisiana Lafayette
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David Sandhop
on Dec 18, 2017
Jason Howell
on Aug 13, 2017


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Junior Highlights


2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around the SEC: Georgia leads conference to strong 2018 finish
As always the Southeastern Conference did well on the recruiting trail in 2018, but there was a bit of a shake-up at the top of the league rankings. Jason Howell dives into the hits, misses and wild stories from National Signing Day.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Under Armour All American Game preview
Players have begun arriving in Orlando for this year's version of the Under Armour All American game. Practice will start tomorrow at Disney's Wide World of Sports and will be aired on ESPNU. The actual game kicks off on January 4th Here's a quick rundown of the prospects to watch:Team HighlightManvel WR Jalen Preston - Texas A&MKaty K/P Seth Small - Texas A&MHouston Lamar WR Al'vonte Woodard - TexasAngleton S Billy 'BJ' Foster - TexasBishop Dunne DT Calvin Avery - IllinoisArp S DeMarvion Overshown - TexasHouston Lamar DB D'Shawn Jamison - TexasCarthage RB Keaontay Ingram - TexasSpring Westfield DT Keondre Coburn - TexasSpring Dekaney TE Malcolm Epps - TexasParkway (LA) WR Terrace Marshall - LSUSchertz Clemens WR Tommy Bush Team SpotlightDesoto ATH Byron Hanspard - BaylorYoakum WR Joshua Moore Ft Bend Ridge Point TE Mustapha Muhammad - MichiganTexarkana WR Tevailance Hunt - TCURecruiting storylines:-Can Texas or Arkansas convince Jalen Preston to visit? There's a heavy Horn influence out there.Update - 1:55Preston says he's hearing a lot from Florida, Arkansas, and Texas. He may visit the Gators and Hogs, but nothing is set up. His only official scheduled is A&M. He did admit to his phone blowing up after his big state championship game performance.-What are Ingram's visit plans? Will he let the Aggies get an official and came in home?-Keondre Coburn's upcoming officials will surely include TCU and A&M. The Frogs may be more of a threat than many think.-Josh Moore's official visit to A&M.
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Thursday night recruiting notes w/ Terrace Marshall update
-I'll start with the main man that all Aggies and Bayou Bengals will have their eye on tomorrow as Parkway (LA) WR Terrace Marshall plans on signing the dotted line. Here's what I've gathered: LSU has made a significant surge here late. From what I was told, the phone conversations between the Tigers and Marshall have really picked up and sources in southern Louisiana are feeling more confident Marshall is going to stay in state. There was also some buzz going around that Marshall had already sent in his LOI tonight and that tomorrow would simply be the formality of making the announcement. I've been told tonight though that nothing of the sort has been done. Still, it feels like the Aggies are going to have to work some late magic late to win this one.Lastly, if A&M misses on Marshall, this isn't some type of grand failure or loss on the recruiting trail by Jimbo Fisher. Plucking a coveted prospect out of Louisiana and away from LSU when the Tigers really want the kid is darn near impossible to begin with - then throw in the fact that Jimbo had to try and do it at a new school in less than a month. That's a tough, tough ask, but it is something I think the Aggies' new head man can and will do moving forward as soon as this February. -I got a text earlier asking about a possible reciprocated interest between Texas and Manvel WR Jalen Preston. I ran it down and was told by a source close to the situation that there's been nothing between the two at the moment. Members of the Texas staff recently followed Preston on Twitter which I'm sure is what sparked the question. Just wanted to put that out there before the internet got a hold of it. -Came away really impressed with Newton's underclassmen tonight. The tiny southeast Texas town continues to churn out big talent. 2019 ATH Tamauzia Brown could play on either side of the ball. He's a bit thin now, but I think he's bigger than Roney Elam was at this point. 2019 RB Darwin Barlow is really put together. The honor's student is thick through his torso and legs and showed next level potential tonight. Finally, perhaps my favorite young prospect at Newton is 2020 DE James Sylvester. Fantastic frame and the Newton coaches say he gained 30 pounds between his freshman and sophomore years. If he continues to add weight at that rate, look out. He's been offered by Baylor already. -Our recruiting staff continues to be optimistic and hear good things on a pair of DT's in Mohamed Diallo and Moro Ojomo. I'm supposed to catch up with Moro tomorrow to get the latest.
2 yr ago by David Sandhop
Early Signing Period 2017: Class recap
It's been a whirlwind on the recruiting trail for newly minted A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher with the early signing period. With eight signees already official, TexAgs' David Sandhop looks at the targets still on the board.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Signing Day Predictions and ICYMI Notes
Signing Day is here and it has been a crazy 24 hours, so you may have missed some things. Here's a few notes to catch you guys up.-The Aggies OL class will sign today. Colten Blanton, Luke Matthews, Barton Clement are all planning to sign-Texas commits Keaontay Ingram and Keondre Coburn are not signing tomorrow, and even if it is not directly because of the Aggies it should be seen as a good thing by A&M fans and coaches.-TE Jace Sternberger is solidly committed-CB Isaac Taylor-Stuart is not signing today. He had everyone going with his tweets yesterday but he shut the rumors down last night.-Texas A&M commits DaShaun White and Bobby Brown are not planning to sign earlyNow for some predictions on a few targetsATH Vernon Jackson, Boling - AlabamaTE Dominick Wood-Anderson, Arizona Western - TennesseeDT Mohamed Diallo, Arizona Western - Texas A&MOL Brey Walker, Moore (OK) Westmoore - OklahomaWR Terrace Marshall, Bossier City (OK) Parkway - LSU
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80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

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Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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