FV100 No. 26: Columbia safety Trey Marshall

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There is not a doubt in my mind about the toughness of Trey Marshall. He suffered a freak injury against Tallahassee Lincoln early in the season, when a block ended up rupturing his stomach and put him in ICU. Marshall underwent emergency surgery, yet made it back on the field seven weeks later and helped the Tigers to the post-season. He's a hard-hitting cover safety with speed and agility. He roams the secondary like a ball-hawk and makes people pay for coming into his zone. He has two speeds - stop and full bore. He'll fit in fine with the hard-hitting Seminole secondary.
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