Marshall suffered a foot injury during his final season at LSU but is progressing quickly. He was able to line up both inside and outside at LSU, where he caught 13 touchdown passes during the Tigers’ national championship season. The Panthers list Marshall at 6-2, 200, though he seems a little bigger. Regardless, the rookie has the skills and size to be among the best rookie receivers in the class after being reunited with offensive coordinator Joe Brady. Where he figures to have a big role in providing yet another big, physical WR for QB Sam Darnold. His biggest downfall could be playing in the same offense as D.J. Moore and Robby Anderson, though his long term upside is limitless, especially with Anderson being a free agent after this season. For redraft his ceiling is a WR2 finish in 2021, with great value in dynasty moving forward.