Selected with the first of three fourth-round choices (108th overall) in the 2014 NFL Draft. Seventh player drafted out of UCLA in club history (Last: Carlton Gray, 1993).
NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
COLLEGE: Started 38-of-50 games at UCLA – his first four at weak-side defensive tackle, followed by eight starts at strong-side tackle as a sophomore and then 26 assignments at right end to close out his career. Recorded 155 tackles (97 solos) with 16 sacks for minus-111 yards and 25.5 stops for losses of 135 yards. Posted three quarterback pressures, recovering five fumbles and causing two others. Blocked three kicks and caught two touchdown passes for a total of six yards. His 16 sacks ranked 16th in school history at the time of his departure. His eight sacks as a junior rank 17th on the UCLA annual record list.
PERSONAL: Attended Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Cal.) High School. As a junior, earned first-team All-State Underclass honors in 2008 and was an all-CIF pick after finishing with 55 tackles (33 solos), 16 sacks and two fumbles caused. As a senior, recorded 83 tackles, including 23 sacks, as a defensive tackle. Concluded his prep career by playing in the U.S. Army All-America Game. Son of Holly Ann LeBlanc and Curtis Marsh, Sr. Father was a wide receiver in the National Football League for three seasons, playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Pittsburgh Steelers before concluding his career playing for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Older brother, Curtis Marsh, Jr., is cornerback for the Denver Broncos. Graduated with a degree in Communications Studies.