Stockton, (Calif.)— Jadyn Marshall, the 6’1 180 pound wide receiver from San Joaquin County is making a lot of noise on the West Coast.
Marshall hold offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Auburn, California, Nebraska, Oregon, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, San Jose State, Tennessee, UCLA, UNLV, and USC.
Marshall is was one of the top explosive wide receivers in California and also one of the country’s finest. In the last two seasons he accumulated 1273 receiving yards with 78 catches along with 17 touchdowns. He average 97.9 receiving yards per game.
No. 2 is a tall angular WR with decent speed, strong hands, and great leaping ability, timing, and anticipation. On film-he runs precise routes, knows how to open, and does a good job of catching the ball away from his body. Marshall also does a excellent job of getting separation from the defender and catches everything within reach.
This is what 4.0 Sports Columnist Marvin Chambers had to say breaking down Marshall on film: “He is more quick than fast, he’s a play-maker with exceptional moves and body control. Blessed with long arms and strong hands, he can sink his hips and create a good burst out of his cuts and has proven to be very creative after the catch. Marshall is a highlight reel waiting to happen.”
The St. Mary’s receiver has been selected to play in the 2022 Polynesian Bowl.
“It means a lot to get selected to the Polynesian Bowl,” said Marshall. “Growing up, I used to watch it on TV and see a lot of good players play in that game and it is an honor to be asked to play in it.”
He is a four-star in the industry-generated 247Sports Composite Rankings, Jadyn ranks as the No. 31 receiver in the composite and No. 16 player in California, 247Sports is much higher on him, ranking him as the No. 22 receiver and No. 12 prospect in California, while being the highest-rated prospect in Northern California in 2022.
Marshall not only make noise on the field, he also puts in the work in the class room as well. He attends St. Mary’s High School a college preparatory high school in Stockton, California. He carries a GPA over 3.0.
Marshall is a rising star and every time he steps on the field, he elevates his game to another level. Stay tuned!