Curtis Marsh scouting report

Curtis Marsh CB Utah State
Ht: 6’0″

Wt: 200

Strengths:
Adequate size. Above average speed. Decent ball skills. Does a good job getting his hands on the ball; even if his interception totals are low. A good all-around athlete; a converted running back. Looks fluid in his backfield.
Weaknesses:
Still learning the position; only one full season as a starter at cornerback. Made transition from running back to corner prior to junior year. Needs to learn how to play the ball; locks onto his man and rarely turns to play the ball in the air – could lead to a lot of penalties at the next level.
Comments:
Marsh is an intriguing prospect because he appears to have the physical tools necessary to develop into a quality cover corner. However, with his limited experience he is definitely a developmental prospect who may not be ready to see significant playing time in 2010. In time, he has the potential to develop into a starter. His athleticism will allow him to contribute on special teams which enhances his stock and may ease the worries of teams who may not be thrilled about drafting someone early who may not see the field in 2011.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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