A former high school quarterback, Marshall made his college debut in 2014 and finished second in the Big Ten in punt return average at 11.8 yards.
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Janarion Grant, Rutgers
A speedy wide receiver, Grant was fourth in the Big Ten in kickoff return average at 25.3 yards last year. During Big Ten play, he was sixth in the conference in all-purpose yards with 132.2 per game.
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Will Likely, Maryland
Also a sticky cover man as a cornerback, Likely led the Big Ten at 31.0 yards per kickoff return in 2014. He was third in punt return average (11.1 yards), and his 15 passes defended were tied for the most in the conference.
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R.J. Shelton, Michigan State
A wide receiver primarily, Shelton finished third in the Big Ten in kick return average at 25.6 per attempt last season. That included a 90-yard touchdown return.
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Dontre Wilson, Ohio State
Wilson caught 21 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns last season. He was averaging 5.6 yards per carry when a foot injury sidelined him following the Michigan State game in early November.
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De'Mornay Pierson-El, Nebraska
Last season as a true freshman, Pierson-El ranked second nationally in punt returns, averaging 17.5 yards per return, which netted him second-team All-America honors. He also caught 23 passes for 321 yards and four scores.
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V'Angelo Bentley, Illinois
Bentley is the only player in Illinois history with a kickoff return, punt return, interception return and fumble return for touchdown in his career. Last season, he recorded 46 tackles, 3.5 TFLs, an interception, two pass breakups and two forced fumbles. He also led the Illini with 815 return yards which was good for third in the Big Ten.