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LSU wide receiver Mickey Joseph offered up some high praise for sophomore wide receiver Terrace Marshall during the final stop on the Coaches Caravan on Monday.

Joseph said that Marshall has taken the biggest leap this offseason and is finally healthy enough to speed downfield for deep balls.

Marshall, a former five-star prospect from Bossier City, La., played in 13 games as a true freshman last season, catching 12 passes for 192 yards.

Here's more from Joseph on the LSU's receivers:

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Embarrassment of riches at wideout. That group has so much potential.
Reply13 months
Really like hearing the good stuff about the team. I think that quote about catching bb’s in the dark or at night was first used on possibly the greatest receiver of all time-Jerry Rice.
Reply13 months
“Dee Anderson can catch BBs in the dark.” If he can play every game like he did against Auburn last year, we’ll be in good shape. Dude was unstoppable that game.
Reply14 months
"Terrace Marshall has taken the biggest leap since last season" KoD...
Reply14 months
“When the moment gets big, he doesn’t run.” Well someone get him into running shape! Can’t have guys walkin’ in big situations. Sheesh!
Reply14 months
I mentioned him having more of an impact like a month ago. Glad to hear this.
Reply14 months
I mentioned it 2 months ago
14 months
God I just want to believe! Geaux Tigers!!!
Reply14 months
Can't wait!
Reply14 months
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