Indoor: Had a third-place finish in the long jump at the Conference USA Indoor Championships...had a season-best leap of 7.20 meters (23-7.50) to lead Houston and finish as the runner-up at the Houston Indoor Opener...also was the runner-up in the long jump and won the triple jump with a season best mark of 14.58 meters (47-10) at the Boise State Invite...had a fourth-place showing in the triple jump at the Albuquerque Invitational.
Indoor: Placed third in the triple jump at the Conference USA Indoor Championships with a leap of 49-2.50. Outdoor: Earned All-America honors as a member of Houston's 4x100-meter relay team that finished ninth at the NCAA Championships...relay team was the runner-up at the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships...helped relay team win the Conference USA 4x100 title...finished in third place at the C-USA Championships in the triple jump with a season-best leap of 49-5.75.
Indoor: Won the triple jump at the Conference USA Indoor Championships with a leap of 49'6.25". Outdoor: Was the runner-up in the triple jump at the Conference USA Championships with a jump of 50'0.50" ...qualified for the NCAA Championships after finishing in fifth place at the Midwest Regional Championships with a season-best wind-aided leap of 52-2.75...finished 14th in the long jump at the C-USA Championships.
Did not compete.
State record holder in the triple jump with a leap of 51'8" ...2001 Texas Class 4A triple jump Champion...finished second in the triple jump, fourth in the long jump and sixth in the 400 meters at the 2002 state meet...was the 2002 Region II-4A long jump and triple jump Champion...was the runner-up in the 400 meters and finished fourth in the 200 meters at the regional meet...was the District 10-4A Champion in the 200 meters, 400 meters, long jump and triple jump...earned All-State honors as a wide receiver for Ennis' 2001 state Championship football team...was named one of the Top 100 recruits in Texas by The Dallas Morning News.
Major is sociology...born November 12, 1983, in Ennis, Texas... son of Verlen Marshall of Ennis...earned All-Conference USA honors for the second straight year after leading the Cougar football team with 69 receptions for 927 yards and six touchdowns...chose to attend Houston after being recruited by Miami, LSU, Arkansas and Wisconsin...enjoys reading in his spare time...received a scholarship from Boys and Girls Club of America.