CHARLOTTE — The Panthers had a detailed scouting report on LSU wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr., now they have his contract taken care of.
Marshall agreed to terms on his four-year rookie deal Thursday morning.
The second-rounder from LSU (taken 59th overall), was well-known to Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady, after putting up big numbers in a star-studded cast for the 2019 national champions.
Playing alongside future first-rounders Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson, Marshall caught 46 passes for 671 yards (14.6 per catch) and 13 touchdowns with Brady helping steer the offense.
"Not too many people are 6-2, 200-plus and run a 4.3, and are able to make plays on the ball like Terrace does," Brady said. "When the ball's in the air, Terrace always finds a way to come down with it, and I think he showcased that every time he was on the football field. Not a lot of games but a lot of production.
He's missed some time this offseason recovering from some previous injuries, but they anticipate he'll be ready to go by the start of training camp.