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Updated: December 15, 2014
2014 Second-Team All-ACC (Coaches); 2014 Third-Team All-ACC (ACSMA)
2014-15: A second-team All-ACC selection by the coaches and third-team selection by ACSMA … Has played in 11 games, making nine starts … Logged 566 plays, 553 at tackle and 13 on special teams … Made a tackle and had two hurries in the season opener against William & Mary … Had four hurries in the win at Ohio State … Missed the East Carolina game with an ankle injury … Made six tackles and added a break up and a hurry against Georgia Tech … Had five tackles and a hurry against Western Michigan … Made three tackles and had four hurries at North Carolina … Had three tackles, all for loss, and also returned an interception 7 yards at Pitt … Had a tackle and a hurry against Miami … Helped on four tackles and added a hurry against Boston College … Made four tackles at Duke … Had six tackles and three QB hurries at Wake Forest … Had six tackles, two sacks and three hurries in the win over Virginia.
2013-14: Missed the first two games of the season after leaving the team in the preseason for personal reasons … Returned to practice the week of the East Carolina game … Was redshirted while working at defensive end on the scout team … Earned the George Preas Award as the most valuable performer of spring practice for the defense.
2012-13: Played in all 13 games, making four starts … Was in on 440 plays, including 392 defensive snaps and 58 special teams plays … Recorded 26 tackles on the season, including 3.0 for loss and 1.5 sacks … Tallied seven tackles in the opener against Georgia Tech … Had one hurry and two tackles against Cincinnati … Was in on 37 defensive snaps at North Carolina … Had a QB hurry and four tackles at Clemson … Had a tackle and a hurry at Miami … His only tackle was a sack for an 11-yard loss against Florida State … Had three hurries, while also helping on two tackles at Boston College … Broke up a pass and made three tackles in the win over Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl … An Iron Hokie during off-season testing, registering a personal best 360-pound clean … Worked mainly at end during the spring … Was bothered late by sore knees and held out of the spring game.
2011-12: Played in all 14 games, starting one at defensive tackle … Totaled over 240 snaps on defense … Had 13 tackles, including three sacks, and three quarterback hurries on the season … One of seven true freshmen to see action … Had a solo tackle and a quarterback hurry in the win over Appalachian State … Had two solo tackles and first collegiate sack at ECU … Worked 22 defensive snaps in the win over Arkansas State … Played 16 snaps on the defensive line at Marshall … Credited with a quarterback hurry during five snaps against Clemson … Picked up first career start at defensive tackle in the win over Miami, while assisting on a tackle during 25 defensive snaps … Worked 25 snaps at Wake Forest and had two tackles … Had five tackles and a sack for four lost yards against BC … Assisted on a tackle at Duke … Saw brief action at defensive tackle at Georgia Tech and UNC … Worked 14 snaps on defense at Virginia and 15 more in the ACC Championship Game against Clemson … Added a QB hurry in the ACC Championship … Had a sack in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan.
High School: An All-America selection for Coach Billy Mills by SuperPrep and PrepStar … Selected to the inaugural National Underclassmen Combine All-World Gridiron Classic … His senior year, had 122 tackles, including 27 for loss and 13.5 sacks … Also had 19 hurries and six forced fumbles … A first-team all-state selection as a defensive lineman by the AP and VirginiaPreps … A first-team All-Metro selection by The Richmond Times-Dispatch and the Central District defensive player of the year … A preseason All-American by SuperPrep and PrepStar … Had 112 tackles, including 21 for loss, as a junior, earning first-team All-Metro honors from The Richmond Times-Dispatch … Earned second-team All-Metro honors in 2008 … Rated the No. 5 prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Ranked as the No. 5 player in the state on the Virginia 43 and the No. 24 defensive lineman in the country by SuperPrep … Ranked as the No. 7 player in the state and the No. 21 strongside defensive end in the country by Rivals … Listed as the No. 17 defensive end in the country by Scout … Ranked as the No. 90 defensive tackle in the country by ESPN.com/Scouts, Inc. … Rated the No. 28 defensive lineman in the country in SuperPrep’s preseason edition.
Personal: Corey Parker Marshall … Born 5/18/93 in Richmond, VA … Son of Joyce Combs-Marshall … Majoring in human development.