Former Georgia Tech QB TaQuon Marshall Switching to Wide Receiver at Pro Day
MARSHALL DECIDED HE WAS MORE MARKETABLE AS A WIDE OUT TO NFL SCOUTS
Former Harris County standout TaQuon Marshall is switching it up this week at Georgia Tech’s pro day.
Marshall served as the starting quarterback for Tech throughout the last two years.
Today he is making the transition back to wide receiver.
Marshall has some experience as a wide out having played there his sophomore season at Harris County high school where he caught 32 passes for 367 yards (11.5 yards per catch) in 13 games.
He talks on why he ultimately made the decision to switch saying, “Going into the next level I didn’t really see myself playing quarterback. I knew I was very versatile, so I could see myself doing a lot more than just being up under center or being in the gun, so I thought I would just utilize my talent and utilize my athleticism and be able to do more than just quarterback and be able to play receiver, be on special teams, everything like that, so I think it was kind of the thought going into it and I think it’s going to work in my favor.”