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The Road to the Draft: CB Curtis Marsh


Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah State
6-foot-1, 197 pounds
Draft projection: Fourth round

Lowdown: There are a slew of cornerbacks that will be taken by the end of the fourth round, and the Bills are very likely to take a cornerback at some point in the draft. If Marsh is there in the fourth round, they might have to think hard about him. He ran a blazing 40-yard time of 4.42 seconds, and he had a 37.5-inch vertical jump. The issue is he played running back at Utah State his first two years. He switched to cornerback as a junior, and made four starts in 2009. He came up with a strong senior season, starting 12 games and making 15 pass break-ups and two interceptions. He played pretty well against Boise State. But he didn’t see a lot of great competition. He made second-team all-Western Athletic Conference. He has long arms and excellent size. His father, Curtis Marsh Sr., played at Utah and played three seasons as a wide receiver in the NFL (with Jacksonville and Pittsburgh).

---Mark Gaughan



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