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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Jamal Marshall Interview

By Red Zone Insider

I think you will enjoy reading this interview of Jamal Marshall. He is a very talented  Defensive Back
who has hopes of making it in the NFL.

Jamal is 6'2 210 with a 40 time of 4.32.

For people who do not know your story, how did you end up choosing North Texas?
Biggest offer at the time

Since you are from a smaller school, How do you plan on making yourself stand out?
 Speed and out playing athletes from top schools

What separates you from the other players at your position?
My size

Is their a specific NFL player that you try to model your game after?
Charles Woodson

Who is the toughest player you have ever faced in your career?
Odell Beckham

How do you prepare for game day, and do you have any game day rituals?
Film and no

What was your favorite play/moment at UNT?
 Forcing a gaming changing fumble on punt

What would you say are your strengths and weaknesses?
Size and speed... Weakness are technique

Coming out of high school, what programs showed interest in you?
Many D1AA and D2 and for track schools all across D1

What areas of your game are you trying to improve?
 Technique, hips, footwork

What was your childhood like?
 All over the place

What do you want to do with your life after your football career is over?
 Start some design applications

Finish the sentence, Jamal Marshall is?

What makes you an unique individual?
Personality, work ethic, awareness

Which underclassman on your team should people keep an eye on?
 Chad Davis, Kishawn McClain, and Jeff Wilson

Do you think playing for a small school helps or hurts you as you try to climb the charts among the top DB's in the nation?
Hurts just due to lack of high level Wrs

Using one word how would you describe your style of play?
 Raw athleticism and physical 

We would like to thank Jamal for doing this interview.

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