If there was one take away from the first 60 or so picks in the NFL draft, it was that reunions were a heavy trend across the league. Talented college duos like Ja’Marr Chase and Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovialoa and Jaylen Waddle, DeVonta Smith and Jalen Hurts and Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne will all be sporting the same jersey in the NFL.
The same can be said for LSU receiver Terrace Marshall, who won’t be teaming up with a former college teammate but rather college coach in Joe Brady. With Marshall, Chase and Justin Jefferson in 2019, Brady orchastrated one of the all time great college offenses in NFL history.
On that team Marshall was the redzone threat and also kind of the forgotten man of the offense, helping him record 13 touchdowns in his sophomore season. Now, Brady and Marshall figure to lead one of the up and coming offenses with plenty of weapons but plenty of change as well.