Tanner Marsh – QB
North Hall


HT: 6’3
WT: 190
GPA: 3.4
Class: 2024
40: 4.71
Shuttle: 4.07
Squat: 350
Bench: 220
Power Clean: 225

What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?

Being a leader

Marsh has added 12 lbs. of muscle going into his senior year (so most likely our weight lifting #’s are a tad outdated) after a productive junior season. At about 6’3″ and 190 lbs. now, the 2024 passer is one of the better dual threat QB’s that remains heavily under the radar. In just his first game of his senior season Marsh threw for 196 yards and 3 touchdowns to go along with 137 rushing and 3 more scores. He accounted for a whopping 6 touchdowns. The stat stuffing QB throws a nice catchable football with excellent zip. He does a nice job of selling mesh dragging out his read and baiting defenders. His agility really standouts on film, and his ability to cut on a dime in the pocket is honestly some of the best of any QB in this recruiting class. It’s hard to not see his physical tools, and ignore the fact that he could be a pretty good wide receiver or safety at the next level. On top of seeing the field really well, Marsh shows good patience waiting for his blocks to develop. He fights for extra yardage, you can tell the added muscle had helped a lot. Marsh is really a no-doubt D1 athlete in our eyes, and given more time to develop as a QB, he could be dynamic.



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