2018 NFL Draft

Marc Anthony, CB

School: California  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Chandler, AZ
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 196 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
Career Notes
Has played in 30 games with 22 starts over the last three seasons of his first four campaigns in the program from 2008-11 ... Cal's active career leader in passes defended (21) and pass breakups (18) ... has added other career totals of 86 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss (-10 yards), three interceptions that he has returned for 32 yards, and one forced fumble.
2012 Season
A third-team preseason All-Pac-12 choice of Phil Steele ... a candidate for the Jim Thorpe Award and Jack Tatum Trophy given annually to the nation's top defensive back ... the nation's No. 29 draft-eligible cornerback according to Phil Steele ... listed as a starting cornerback on the post-spring depth chart ... missed all of the team's spring practices due to injury but is expected to be ready for the season.
2011 Season
Started all 11 of the games he played in at cornerback, missing contests vs. USC and Utah due to injury ... posted a career-high and team-leading 12 pass breakups to rank tied for seventh on the school's all-time single-season list with his co-team-leading and career-high 13 passes defended giving him a 1.18 per-game average that ranked fourth in the Pac-12 ... added 37 tackles and a career highs of 5.0 tackles for loss (-9 yards) ... had one interception in the regular season finale at Arizona State that he returned 14 yards ... posted at least one pass breakup in seven of the last eight games, including five contests in a row to start the stretch ... had 1.0 tackles for loss in three straight contests vs. Presbyterian, at Washington and at Oregon ... recorded a season-high six tackles and one pass breakup at UCLA ... had five tackles in both the season opener vs. Fresno State and the season finale against Texas in the Holiday Bowl ... added two pass breakups and a career-high-tying 1.0 tackles for loss (-1 yard) vs. the Longhorns to earn a spot on the ESPN.com Pac-12 Blog's All-Bowl team and one pass breakup vs. the Bulldogs ... had four tackles at Colorado and at Arizona State, adding the interception, 1.0 tackle for loss (-2 yards) and a pass breakup against the Sun Devils ... had three tackles at Oregon (1.0 TFL, -3 yards; 1 PBU), vs. Oregon State (2 PBU) and at Stanford ... had two tackles vs. Presbyterian (1.0 TFL, -1 yard) and at Washington (1.0 TFL, -2 yards; 1 PBU) ... had a single tackle and a career-high three pass breakups vs. Washington State ... listed prior to the season as the nation's No. 34 draft-eligible cornerback by Phil Steele.
2010 Season
Started 11 games at cornerback, missing only the Big Game vs. Stanford ... totaled 48 tackles (seventh on the team), 0.5 tackles for loss (-1 yards), a team-high two interceptions that he returned for 18 yards, six pass breakups (tied for third on the club) and one forced fumble ... interceptions came at Arizona State, where he returned his first career pick 18 yards and against Washington in the season finale when he picked off a pass in Cal's end zone ... posted a career and team-high 10 tackles at Oregon State, while adding five or more on three other occasions at Nevada (9), vs. Colorado (7) and at Arizona (5) ... also had his first career forced fumble and his half tackle for loss (also the first of his career) at Nevada, while tipping a pass in Cal's end zone that Chris Conte intercepted to end Arizona's final drive of the first half ... had one pass breakup in six different games, going back-to-back contests with a single PBU three times - vs. UC Davis and Colorado; at Arizona and vs. UCLA; and vs. Arizona State and at Oregon State.
2009 Season
Played in eight games off the bench.
2008 Season
Redshirted ... did not play.
High School
Listed as a four-star recruit by Rivals while Scout tabbed him as a three-star prospect ... Rivals also ranked him as the No. 14 cornerback prospect in the country and the fourth-best overall prospect in Arizona ... Scout rated him No. 40 among the nation's cornerbacks ... selected to the All-Far West team by SuperPrep as a 2007 senior when he was also a first-team All-State selection that posted 77 tackles, 1.0 sack and four interceptions ... played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl following his senior campaign ... named second-team All-Region and honorable mention All-State as a 2006 junior after tallying 58 tackles with five interceptions.
Injury Report
2011: Missed two games with a shoulder injury.

2010: Missed the Stanford game due to injury.

Full name is Marc Phillip Anthony ... born November 14, 1989 ... parents are Gary Janson and Loretta Evans-Janson ... major is African American studies.