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Kendall Marshall: I'm Still Recovering From Fractured Elbow

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UNC point guard Kendall Marshall says during a question and answer session on an IMG Academies blog that he suffered a fractured elbow in addition to a wrist injury that limited him during the 2012 NCAA tournament. ------------------------------ My wrist is almost 100 percent. What people didn’t know is that I also fractured my elbow. That’s been the toughest thing for me to deal with, still not being able to go full contact. Hopefully, I’ll be ready to go by the Combine. ------------------------------ Over at Bright Side of the Sun, 7footer has put together a detailed prospect profile of Marshall. ------------------------------ His passing is of course his greatest asset while his shooting and scoring seems to be only average at best. But there's much more to Marshall as a player than just that. Marshall excels at passing in pick and roll plays as well as in transition, and his court vision and overall feel for the game are unmatched. Anyone who watched Marshall play in college will likely tell you that Marshall is also a great floor general who does a fantastic job of leading his team on the court and who makes a difference simply by being in the game. ... The biggest questions about Marshall are about his average jump shot and his less than ideal athleticism. His underwhelming athleticism is also a concern on the defensive side of the ball as he has sometimes struggled to keep up with quicker guards. While both of these areas are legitimate concerns, Marshall has also shown the ability to score when necessary and also displayed an improved jump shot during the NCAA tournament, and his solid defensive fundamentals help him compensate for his lack of quickness as well. ------------------------------ -- Ben Golliver | benjamin.golliver@gmail.com | Twitter

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