48 Richard Marshall
>> At Navy: Coming off a solid spring camp ... enters the fall third on the depth chart at right defensive end ... has good size and can rush the passer coming off the edge ... an inspirational leader of the team.
>> 2008: Competed in 12 of the 13 games, missing only the Ball State contest ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids' win over Towson in the opener ... helped lead the Midshipmen to a 34-0 win over the Black Knights, as well as their sixth-consecutive Commander-In-Chief's Trophy win ... it's the first shutout against Army since 1978 (28-0) ... it's the first time Navy has pitched back-to-back shutouts (Northern Illinois, 16-0) since 1978.
>> 2007: Did not see any varsity action.
>> 2006: Did not see any varsity action.
>> High School / Personal: A 2002 graduate of Broomfield High School, Marshall served four years in the United States Marine Corps before enrolling at the Naval Academy Prep School in 2005 ... earned the rank of Sergeant ... decorated with the Navy Achievement Medal (2nd with "V") and the Combat Action Ribbon ... a three-year letterwinner as a linebacker who earned all-conference distinction and was named team captain as a senior ... football team was state runner-up his senior year with a 13-1 record ... switched his number from 78 to 48 last fall in honor of his older brother, John, and former Navy football player Brian Stann, who was awarded the Silver Star, the nation's third-highest award for valor in combat ... full name is Richard Cameron Marshall ... born Aug. 21, 1983, in Denver, Colo. ... son of Richard and Beth Marshall ... majoring in History.