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Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


Is he being projected by your staff to play QB or DB? I read that he was a DB at Georgia before switching back to QB at Juco. Where do you guys see him ending up?






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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


QB, I would assume, we need depth





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QB





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tylerdurden24
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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


I believe he said himself that he would be a QB at Auburn. He was straight nasty in HS as a QB. Shows how bad Tech sucks that he wound up a DB at UGA instead of a Qb at Tech (which would have made him a colossal pain in the arse to handle in that offense)





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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


Yeah I was watching highlights of him earlier and he looks like he will fit in well in Malzahn's offense. I just didn't know which position he preferred.


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I'm excited to see what Malzahn will do with him





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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


He'll play QB. Auburn got a steal.





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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


ISWYDT





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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


;)





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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


You...youre good you!





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thanks folks, I'll be here all day.





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crispyUGA
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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


His TD:INT ratio was impressive.





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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


You'll have a lot of interceptions when your defense gives up 80 points to the opposing community college.





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lowspark12
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re: Auburn fans, question on Nick Marshall ***This topic is about football***


It's gonna be up to Malzahn and Lashlee make Marshall an top-flight SEC-level passser... all in about a three month period.

There's no doubt the guy has amazing athleticism -- good size, great speed and quickness, live arm -- but the >60%(even at the GA 1A high school level) and large number of INTs (19 in JUCO, 15 as a high school senior) suggest he's gotta a lot of room for improvement.







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It's gonna be up to Malzahn and Lashlee make Marshall an top-flight SEC-level passser... all in about a three month period.



I wouldn't even say he has to be developed into a top-flight SEC-level passer.

If he can break down defenses with his athleticism like we hope he can (a la Cam, but smaller, but FASTER), then the passing game will open up for him. In other words, I don't think he's gonna have to thread the needle very much (i.e. top-flight), just hit the open man (adequate-to-good).






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