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2021 NFL Draft Prospect: Terrace Marshall, WR LSU

Scott Connor explains why he is so high on Terrace Marshall of LSU.

Terrace Marshall

Scott Connor explains why he is so high on Terrace Marshall of LSU.

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2021 NFL Draft Prospect: Terrace Marshall, WR LSU
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Richard Thomas
5 months ago

Wow. Draft and OVERDRAFT him. Ahead of Smith and Waddle? Damn. I mean, I was big on him, but wow.

Richard Thomas
Reply to  Scott Connor
5 months ago

So how aggressively would you trade back in to take him? I see his ADP anywhere from 1.06 to 2.03.

Paul Reuben
5 months ago

Very good article. Love your conviction.

Kenneth Barber
5 months ago

I read this article and couldn’t believe how on the nose I agree with this. Those 3 you mentioned, Chase, Bateman and Marshall are my 3 targets this year. I have been planning and trading the whole off season to position myself for them. I have the 1-1, 1-7 and 2-3 spots. Been gathering info and picking the brains of the guys selecting around me and concluded that I can get those 3 in those spots. Like you said, I’m not interested in any others.

Jared Hines
5 months ago

I’ve been talking about how deep WR is for awhile. The first paragraph is amazing – 75 different receivers had WR1 seasons. Can anyone tell me if that is PPR? I know it doesn’t really matter but for reference purposes?

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