|Marshall turned in the fastest 40-yard time at the NFL combine among all players at 4.31 seconds. It had to be vindication after an injury-plagued career that saw this prodigious talent play second fiddle to Todd Gurley as a freshman with 759 rushing yards in 2012. He never gained that many yards over the remainder of his career. At least he played in all 14 games that season as he was limited to a total of eight over the next two, suffering a season-ending ACL injury as a sophomore and another leg injury that ended his junior campaign early in 2014. Those setbacks resulted in Marshall entering 2015 as the Bulldogs' third-stringer behind Nick Chubb and Sony Michel. Even though Chubb was limited to six games due to a knee injury, Marshall managed only total of 350 yards with three scores in his final season at Georgia. With the talented Chubb set to return as the starter, Marshall opted against petitioning the NCAA for an extra year of eligibility and chose to turn pro. The combine showcased that his natural talent is still there since Marshall finished with 25 reps in the bench press to rank fourth among running backs. The only other drill he performed there was a 30 1/2-inch vertical leap, and Marshall surprised at Georgia's pro day by taking part in the 3-cone drill and clocking in at 6.98 seconds. Marshall's combine time may be impressive but his explosiveness isn't the same as it was coming out of high school, and his injury history figures to work against him.