CINCINNATI — LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall's draft stock has been on the rise for months. He was expected to join Ja'Marr Chase in the first round of next week's NFL Draft.
That might not be the case anymore after the medical combine in Indianapolis.
"Unfortunately Terrence Marshall has had some medical stuff that popped at the combine so I think that could cause him to slide a little bit," NFL Network Draft Analyst Daniel Jeremiah said on Wednesday.
The Athletic's Dane Brugler said he's "heard similar" about Marshall, which is why he dropped him in his latest draft rankings.
At 6-foot-3, 205-pounds, Marshall has the size NFL teams love at wide receiver. He ran a 4.38-second 40-yard dash at his pro day.
In his final two seasons at LSU, which includes the 2019 campaign with Joe Burrow, Marshall had 94 receptions for 1,402 yards and 23 touchdowns.
On paper, Marshall would be a perfect candidate for the Bengals in round two if healthy, but the medical questions could cause him to slide. He's one of the few outside threats on day two of the draft that would fit what Cincinnati is looking for at receiver.
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