Cal utilizes smaller, quick lineman in their system. I don't know Marshall's style, but was he simple placed in a situation without the necessary tools to succeed? Let's delve deeper: Cal 2010 53rd in Rushing Yards (1907, 4.5 yds/A, 158.9/game) 59th in pass protection (23 sacks allowed) 2009 41st in Rushing Yards (2203 total, 4.7 yds/a, 169.5/g) 88th in pass protection (31 sacks allowed) Cleveland Browns 2008 26th in rushing yard (1605 yds, 3.9 yds/a, 100.3 yds/g) 8th in pass protection (24 sacks allowed) There is a break in his resume here Houston Texans 2005 15th in rushing yards (1816 total yds, 4.2 yds/a, 113.6/g) 32nd (dead last... by alot) in pass protection (68 sacks allowed) 2004 12th in rushing yards (1882 total yds, 3.9 yds/a, 117.6/g) 26th in pass protection (49 sacks allowed) 2003 23th in rushing yards (1651 total yds, 3.9 yds/a, 103.2 yds/g) t-16th in pass protection (36 sacks allowed) 2002 21st in rushing yards (1347 total yds, 3.2 yds/a, 84.2yds/g) 32nd (last... by a lot) in pass protection (76 sacks allowed) Not much impressive there.... but can he recruit? 2011 3* Athlete, Jalen Jefferson 2010 3* OL Chris Adack 3* DB Michael Coley 4* OL Alex Crosthwaithe 3* OL Geoffrey Gibson That's it as far as the Rivals database goes. This seems like a guy who might have had success early in his career, but may have lost his fire and/or his ability to personally adapt and develop.