2014: Appeared in one regular-season game, a win over Grambling.
2013: Saw action in four games as a backup defensive back and member of the special teams ... had one tackle against Southern.
At Butler CC: Earned First Team All-Jayhawk League honors as a redshirt-freshman at Butler ... helped lead Butler to the NJCAA National Championship and an 11-1 record with six interceptions, including two in its title-clinching win over No. 13 Hutchinson CC ... teammate of 2013 signee Billy Cosh ... finished the 2012 season with 57 tackles, including 3.5 for loss, and six pass break ups.
High School: Helped lead Byrnes High School to back-to-back South Carolina state titles ... selected to play in the North-South All-Star game ... named All-Region his senior year.
Personal: Son of Elaine and Richard Dillard ... has worked in welding with his father ... has an older sister and brother ... lists his sister as the most influential person in his life as she paved a way for him by setting a good example of hard work in school as the family's first member to attend college ... majoring in sociology.
Marcus Dillard's Career Bests
Tackles: 1, UTSA (2014)