Auburn QB Nick Marshall was invited to this week’s Senior Bowl to play… quarterback, but on Tuesday he announced that he has plans to make it in the NFL on the other side of the ball.
Marshall, who played cornerback earlier in his football career, apparently has interest from all 32 NFL clubs as a defensive back prospect. That according to Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage.
“It’s second nature,” Marshall told AL.com. “I’m a born natural athlete and it’s something that the Lord blessed me with. I’m blessed to have that and I’m going to take full advantage of it.”
Marshall was an 11th hour addition to the South team roster at the Senior Bowl as a quarterback. He was given the option to play at cornerback by Savage, but chose not to be thrown into the fire at such an important audition for NFL scouts this week.
Presumably Marshall in interviews this week will express his willingness to make it in the NFL as a DB. From there workouts will likely be scheduled with Marshall during the latter stages of the pre-draft process.
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