Matt Harmon of Reception Perception found that Marshall had the fourth-best success rate versus man coverage in this year’s draft class, just ahead of Rashod Bateman and Ja’Marr Chase. He’s having a great camp and is likely to replace Curtis Samuel’s role in the offense. Last year, that led to 97 targets and a No. 25 finish for Samuel, though Marshall is unlikely to get the 41 carries that Samuel saw last season. Christian McCaffrey’s return also complicates the targets picture in Carolina, though the arrival of Sam Darnold could be a change for the better in that regard. Marshall is a good late-round flier, though it will probably take an injury to D.J. Moore or Robby Anderson for Marshall to become a bona fide fantasy starter.