Most Likely Teams to Draft Terrace Marshall Jr. Heading Into Day 2

Three of the most likely teams to draft Terrace Marshall Jr. heading into Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Three of the most likely teams to draft Terrace Marshall Jr. heading into Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft. / Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images

Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft takes place on Friday night and Terrace Marshall Jr. remains one of the top wide receiver prospects left on the board. The big-bodied pass-catcher racked up 1,594 yards on 106 receptions and scored 23 touchdowns in three seasons with the LSU Tigers.

A number of NFL teams still need to use this draft in order to build depth at the wide receiver position. With that being said, here are three of the most likely NFL teams to draft Marshall Jr. on Day 2.

1. Detroit Lions (Picks No. 41, 72, 101)

It is clear that the Detroit Lions still need to improve their offensive weapons after losing starting wideouts Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones this past offseason. Taking a chance on Marshall seems like a viable option given he could be a truly valuable player to build around for years to come. He averaged 15.0 yards per receptions in college and proved he can be a threat running routes on the outside. Simply put, quarterback Jared Goff needs all the help he can get next season. Using a Round 2 or 3 pick on Marshall would be smart here.

2. Green Bay Packers (Picks No. 62 & 92)

The Green Bay Packers selected a defensive player in the first round for the the eighth time in the last nine seasons on Thursday night. They are still on the search for more weapons for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Marshall would be a perfect fit in Green Bay due to his ability to beat physical defenders down the field and get into the end zone. Pairing him up with star Davante Adams would create an intriguing and dangerous duo. It's possible Marshall falls to No. 62 and if he does, the Packers should grab him at a steal of a price.

3. Tennessee Titans (Picks No. 53, 85, 100)

A lot of people expected the Tennessee Titans to draft a wide receiver in the first round, but they instead decided to select cornerback Caleb Farley. That leaves them as a possible suitor for Marshall in the second round. There is almost no depth at the position behind No. 1 option AJ Brown and Marshall has the versatility to line up anywhere on the offense. He is decent at creating yards after the catch and could quickly become an underrated target for quarterback Ryan Tannehill in the passing game. Tennessee is a team to watch in this scenario.

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