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Ducks Football BIO
Byron Marshall
Player Profile:
Byron Marshall 823796
Position: Running Back
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 201
Year: Freshman
City/State: San Jose, Calif.
High School: Valley Christian HS
Experience: High School

Season Stats Career Stats


2015 – Had his collegiate career cut short after four games due to injury as he departed as the Ducks' third-leading receiver (9 catches, 121 yards) while sharing the team's top honors for scoring receptions (2) . . . Caught scoring passes in each of his first two appearances while pacing Oregon in receptions vs. Eastern Washington (4) catches for 69 yards and one touchdown (25 yards) . . . Also ranked 18th in the country in kickoff return average upon his exit (27.5 avg.), running back three kickoffs for 99 yards in the season opener vs. the Eagles, including a long return of 36 yards, to finish with 168 all-purpose yards . . . Caught three passes for 41 yards and a touchdown at Michigan State ... Added 91 yards on a trio of kick returns ... Returned seven kicks for 128 yards, including a long of 77 yards, against Utah.

2014 Oregon's 2014 Pac-12 all-conference honorable mention pick (coaches) completed a feat that no other player in league history has accomplished - the 1,000-yard receiver became the first player in the conference to ever rush for 1,000 yards (2013) and accumulate 1,000 receiving yards in his collegiate career . . . The Ducks’ leading receiver finished the year with 1,003 receiving yards on 74 catches, marking the 10th receiver in UO history to rack up 1,000 yards in a single season . . . Wrapped up the season second on the team in all-purpose yards (1,443 yards, 96.2 avg.), closing the year with seven all-purpose touchdowns . . . Best game statistically came against South Dakota where he accounted for 228 yards and two touchdowns (caught eight passes for 138 yards, carried the ball eight times for 90 yards) . . . Had a well-rounded game against Washington, hauling in five passes for 48 yards (1 touchdown) and logged five carries for 30 yards . . . Accumulated four receptions for a game-high 133 yards vs. California, including a 54-yard touchdown grab . . . Top receiving game on the season came in the national championship where he grabbed eight receptions for 169 yards and one touchdown . . . Helped return kicks towards the end of the season, taking three kicks back for 48 yards, two of which produced 28 yards against Florida State in the Rose Bowl . . . Caught one pass for 50 yards in brief action in the 2015 Spring Game.

2013 Oregon’s 20th 1,000-yard rusher (1,038) and eighth in the past seven years finished fifth in the Pac-12 Conference in rushing (86.5 avg.) and sixth in scoring via touchdowns (7.0 ppg.) . . .  The league’s top returning 2014 rusher earned honorable mention Pac-12 all-conference acclaim while adding 155 receiving yards on 13 catches . . . Ran for more than 100 yards six times, including a career-high 192 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Washington State, despite missing Oregon’s regular-season finale vs. Oregon State and taking only nine snaps the previous week at Arizona . . . Also had a season-high 54 yards receiving in WSU game to finish with career single-game best 246 all-purpose yards . . . Gained 133 yards and matched a season-high with three touchdowns in a win over UCLA to cap a stretch of five straight games rushing over the century mark . . . Averaged a season-high 15.5 yards per carry in his starting debut vs. Nicholls . . . The recipient of team’s Duane J. Cargill Memorial Award as its outstanding offensive impact player accounted for multiple TDs on five occasions and put points on the scoreboard in seven of 12 appearances . . . Carried the football 23 times at Colorado and endured a four-game stretch of taking part in 46 or more plays against California, Colorado (53), Washington and Washington State.

2012 — True freshman was team’s fourth-leading rusher with 464 yards and four touchdowns while appearing in 11 of 13 games … Experienced the most playing time in the opener against Arkansas State, carrying the ball 24 times for 64 yards and one touchdown (3 yards) on 44 snaps . . . Tallied his career high two weeks later vs. Tennessee Tech, rushing for 125 yards and one score (4 yards) . . . Included among his totals were 103 yards in less than 9 minutes in the third quarter against the Golden Eagles . . . Developed a penchant for moving the ball forward, losing only 4 yards on his final 63 carries following the season opener . . . Rushed for 67 yards on 12 totes in the win over Colorado in addition to catching his lone pass of the year for a 14-yard gain . . .  Returned kickoff 21 yards against Washington in addition to running for 59 yards and one TD . . . Accumulated the year’s longest run of 32 yards vs. the Huskies . . . Also scored a touchdown at California . . . Clocked in 4.77 electronically over 40 meters and squated 455 lbs.

BEFORE OREGON — The four-year letterman played in the 2012 Army All-America game . . . Ran for 914 yards and nine touchdowns his senior year, averaging 9.38 yards per carry, and caught seven passes for 86 yards and one TD despite missing three games due to injury . . . Named to the all-Mercury News’ second-team . . . Carried the ball 145 times for 1,360 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior, as well as catching 10 passes for 115 yards, to be selected to the all-Central Coast first-team  . . . Had a break-out year as a sophomore, rushing for 1,035 yards and 17 TDs, while catching 11 passes for 331 yards and four more scores . . . Was the Cal-Hi Sports State Sophomore of the Year . . . First-team Central Coast choice and West Coast Athletic League pick as a sophomore . . . Also lettered in track, placed third place at the National Indoor Championships at 60 meters and was the ranked first among  sophomores in California with a time of 10.67 seconds in the 100 meters.

PERSONAL — Parents: Greg and Tammie Marshall. Family: One brother, one sister. High School (Coach): Valley Christian (Mike Machado), 2012. Major: Journalism.


Biletnikoff Award Watch List (Nation's Best Receiver)
Paul Honung Award Watch List (Nation's Most Versatile Player)
Pac-12 All-Conference HM (Coaches)
3rd-Team Pac-12 Conference (Phil Steele)
Pac-12 All-Conference HM (Coaches)
Duane J. Cargill Memorial Award (Team's Outstanding Offensive Impact Player)



Points scored: 18, Washington St., 10/19/13; UCLA, 10/26/13
Touchdowns: 3, Washington St., 10/19/13; UCLA, 10/26/13
Rush attempts: 24, Arkansas State, 09/01/12
Rush yards: 192, Washington St., 10/19/13 (21 carries)
Rush TDs: 3, Washington St., 10/19/13; UCLA, 10/26/13
Long rush: 53, South Dakota, 08/30/14
Receptions: 8, vs Ohio State, 01/12/15; South Dakota, 08/30/14
Receiving yards: 169, vs Ohio State, 01/12/15 (8 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2, South Dakota, 08/30/14
Long reception: 77, at Oregon State, 11/29/14
Total offense attempts: 24, Arkansas State, 09/01/12 (24 rush,0 pass)
Total offense yards: 192, Washington St., 10/19/13 (192 rush,0 pass)
All-purpose yards: 246, Washington St., 10/19/13
Kick returns: 7, Utah, 09/26/15
Kick return yards: 178, Utah, 09/26/15 (7 returns)
Long kick return: 77, Utah, 09/26/15


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