USF Football BIO
94 Craig Marshall
MARSHALL'S CAREER HIGHS
2010: Appeared in nine games, starting eight ... missed four games due to a foot injury ... tallied 34 tackles, four sacks, nine TFL, an INT and a forced fumble ... posted four tackles, a TFL and a PBU against Stony Brook ... added six tackles at Florida ... notched a tackle and an INT versus WKU ... tallied six tackles, a sack and a pressure against FAU ... set career highs with eight tackles and three sacks against Syracuse ... the three sacks were the most for a USF player in a conference game (BIG EAST, C-USA) ... posted three tackles, a half TFL and a pressure at WVU ... tallied three tackles and 1.5 TFL before leaving the Cincinnati game with a foot injury... picked up three tackles against Connecticut ... added three tackles and a TFL in the Meineke Car Care Bowl victory over Clemson.
2009: Played in 10 games, starting four, at defensive end and defensive tackle ... totaled 20 tackles, four sacks, 4.5 TFL, three PBU, a fumble recovery and two pressures, despite missing three games due to a knee injury ... standout performance came against Florida State when he registered two sacks.
2008: Junior-college transfer that earned time in all 13 games, starting twice ... posted 19 tackles, a sack, 5.5 TRL, two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and an INT ... started for George Selvie against NC State and tallied a sack, a forced fumble and an INT ... recovered fumbles against Syracuse and Louisville ... recorded tackles for loss in five different games ... single-game high of three tackles against FIU.
PEARL RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE: One of three Pearl River teammates to sign with Bulls in 2008, along with Theo Wilson and Kion Wilson ... rated as the 30th best junior college prospect ... finished year with 41 tackles, 4.5 TFL, 3.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries and an INT ... redshirted his first season at Pearl River and had three years of eligibility remaining at USF ... All-Northwest Florida as a sophomore, junior and senior.
PERSONAL: Born on Feb. 10, 1988 ... majored in social sciences.