Byron Marshall
Wide ReceiverWR
2019 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Byron Marshall in 2019. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Ankle
November 30, 2015
Marshall will not seek a medical hardship waiver that could allow him to play for Oregon in 2016, OregonLive.com reports.
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Marshall, who injured his leg in a loss to Utah on Sept. 26 and has been sidelined ever since undergoing surgery the following week, is eligible to apply for a medical hardship waiver that would allow him to play one final season in 2016. The 5-10, 205-pound senior has apparently elected to forego a possible fifth year in Eugene, however, and finishes his collegiate career the only player in Pac-12 history with 1,000-yard seasons as a rusher and receiver.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
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It'd be unfair to expect Marshall to produce like Kenjon Barner and LaMichael James did in recent years, but it's nonetheless impossible to have merely modest expectations for a player expected to serve as Oregon's top runner. Marshall did well for himself as a freshman in 2012, taking 87 carries for 447 yards (5.1 YPC) and four touchdowns, and as the top returning running back on the roster he should be in for a big promotion. Double check on Marshall's status closer to the fall, though, because it's possible that super recruit Thomas Tyner will emerge as Oregon's top running back as a true freshman.
Marshall did not disappoint in his first season as Oregon's top ballcarrier last year, taking 168 carries for 1,038 yards (6.2 YPC) and 14 touchdowns and catching 13 passes for 155 yards. He did this despite losing 96 carries to De'Anthony Thomas, who's now in the NFL. With Thomas gone, Marshall should safely exceed 200 carries, making his rushing floor about 1,200 yards and 15 touchdowns. Last year's 6.2 yards per carry appears sustainable as the offensive line returns all of its starters.
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Ankle
October 1, 2015
Marshall's timeline to return from ankle surgery is unclear, coach Mark Helfrich told Steve Mims of the Register-Guard on Thursday.
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Oregon: Byron Marshall likely out for season
Ankle
September 30, 2015
Marshall (ankle) underwent surgery Tuesday and is expected to miss the remainder of the season, Aaron Fentress of CSNNW reports.
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Ankle
September 27, 2015
Marshall left Oregon's 62-20 loss to Utah early in the second half with what appears to be a right ankle injury, USA Today reports.
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September 14, 2015
Marshall pulled in three receptions totaling 41 yards and a touchdown and returned three kickoffs for an additional 91 yards Saturday as Oregon fell to Michigan State 31-28 on the road in East Lansing.
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September 6, 2015
Marshall hauled in four catches for 69 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Oregon defeated Eastern Washington 61-42 in its season-opener in Eugene.
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