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Curtis Marsh

| | College: Utah State
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2010 Season

Marsh started all 12 games of the 2010 season at cornerback, earning second-team all-WAC honors. He ranked second in the WAC and sixth in FBS in passes defended with 1.25 per game with 15 total on 13 pass break-ups and two interceptions. He had three pass break-ups in two different games, against BYU and Boise State, while logging two in the Idaho game. Marsh's 13 pass break-ups this season are a career-high, nearly tripling last year's total of five. Additionally, Marsh had 45 tackles (37 solo, eight assists) with one tackle for loss this season.

2009 Season

Played in all 12 games, making four starts … Tallied 32 total tackles (23 solo, nine assists) with five pass break-ups, one interception and one blocked kick … Top outing was Southern Utah game with six stops, while adding five tackles at Fresno State … Lone pick of season was at New Mexico State … Blocked punt in San Jose State game.

2008 Season

Played in all 12 games at running back, making three starts … Had 42 carries for 185 yards (4.4 ypc) with two TD's … Also had 12 catches for 114 yards (9.5 ypc) with one TD … Season-long rush was 41-yard TD dash, part of his season-high 67 yards on four carries in Idaho game … Added 29-yard run at Oregon … Top receiving outing was three catches for 51 yards, including his season-long of 31 yards, vs. Utah … Caught lone TD pass at Oregon … Also had seven kickoff returns for 107 yards (15.3 ypr) with a season-long of 20 yards in BYU game … Ranked fifth on team in all-purpose yards with 406 (185 rushing, 114 receiving, 107 kick return).

2007 Season

Started three games, including rushing for 50 yards in Aggie debut vs. UNLV, most for a USU freshman in school history … Played in 10 games after missing two due to injury … For the season, he had 302 yards on 82 carries (3.7 ypc) with two TD's … Also had 16 catches for 96 yards (6.0 ypc), ranking fourth on team in receptions and first among tailbacks … Best single-game rushing total was 67 at New Mexico State, one of three outings with over 50 yards … Recorded season-high 17 carries at Wyoming … Had season-long 26-yard run at Idaho … Scored a 2-yard TD vs. Louisiana Tech and had a 7-yard TD scamper at New Mexico State … Posted season-high six receptions at Wyoming … Season-long 17-yard catch came against Nevada … Signed with USU in December and participated in spring drills.

2006 Season

Played at the Naval Academy Prep School in Newport, R.I.

High School

Played at the Naval Academy Prep School in Newport, R.I. Was a first-team all-league selection as well as earning first-team all-county honors for Royal HS … Led league and county in rushing with 1,608 yards … Scored 12 touchdowns as a senior … Defensively, he recorded 55 tackles and two interceptions as a cornerback his senior year … As a junior he rushed for 450 yards … As a junior he finished third in the state in the long jump at 23-10 … Was also second in the league in the 100-meters with a 10.8 clocking.


Born March 1, 1988 in Simi Valley, Calif … Son of Trayci Gibson … Father Curtis Marsh, Sr., played wide receiver at the University of Utah and in the NFL … Has four brothers … Major is undeclared … Hobbies include basketball and fishing.

Latest News
03/07/2011 - Utah State cornerback Curtis Marsh didn't participate in the Aggies' Pro Day in Logan, Utah, on Thursday, but 13 NFL scouts attended the workout. The second-team All-WAC cornerback last season surprisingly earned an invite to the Senior Bowl but was unable to participate after injuring his hamstring on the first day in Mobile, but he attended the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis and held his own. Marsh is expected to schedule private workouts with multiple teams. Based on his Combine showing, he has a chance to shoot up the draft board prior to the draft. The 6-1, 197-pound Marsh has the long arms and sturdy frame of a running back - and he converted from that position prior to the 2009 season. Only a one-year starter, Marsh made a name for himself in the 2010 game against Boise State, tying up touted sleeper receiver Titus Young and Austin Pettis throughout the game. He has the vertical speed -- 4.42 at the combine -- and leaping ability (37 ?? inches), long arms and short-area burst to be a No. 1-type receiver in the NFL. But teams will have to be patient with the raw cornerback. His limited experience at the position, all at a low level of competition, won't make the jump to the NFL easy. - NFLDraftScout.com

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