Jimmy Marshall was Tattnall Square’s go-to receiver last fall. But he could do so much more.
From throwing the ball a long distance on hitch-and-go plays to running down breakaway receivers in the open field as a defensive back, the Trojans’ 6-foot-5, 216-pound senior did a lot for the GHSA Region 7-1A championship team and Class 1A private school semifinalist.
Wednesday, Marshall took the next step in his playing career, signing with Middle Tennessee.
Playing on a run-heavy wing-T offense, Marshall caught 18 passes for 302 yards and four touchdowns last season. He also threw two touchdown passes on plays where the quarterback threw a long lateral to the sideline to set Marshall up to throw downfield.