BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter who began his college career at Maryland. All-Conference selection the past two seasons, recording 56 tackles
and five tackles for loss as a senior after 47/5/2.5 the prior year.
POSITIVES: Marsh has the size and versatility to be used either as a conventional tackle or perhaps as a two-gap defensive end in a 3-4
alignment. He must pick up the intensity of his play, but he has the underlying skills to be brought into a camp this summer.
NEGATIVES: Rumbles about the field and shows limited urgency in his game. Must do a better job using his hands to protect himself and
get off blocks, as he is easily locked up at the point of attack.
ANALYSIS: Quick, well-built lineman who can be tough to handle. Plays with good pad level, is a load in the middle of the line, and
does a solid job holding his ground then and clogging the middle. Rarely gives up an inch, displays good all-around quickness
and has a straight-line burst of closing speed, bearing down on the action. Consistently focused on by opponents, keeps his
feet driving up the field, and immediately changes direction to make plays in the box.