All American Football Player, Boise State 1970-72
Inducted into the Boise State Hall of Fame in 1989
Al Marshal was a 1972 first team United Press International and Kodak All-American wide receiver for the Broncos. Marshall also received first team All-Big Sky Conference honors following his senior season of 1972. During his three-year career at Boise State, Marshall made 89 catches for 2,007 yards and 15 touchdowns. His top season was in 1972 when he made 58 receptions for 824 yards and nine touchdowns to lead the team. He also received two Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Week Awards in 1972. Marshall helped the Broncos to records of 8-3 in 1970, 10-2 in 1071, and 7-4 in 1972. Marshall currently holds the Boise State record for Highest Average Per Reception in a Single Game: 40.8 (5 for 204 yards) vs. Portland State in 1972; and for Longest Reception: 90 yards from Ron Autele vs. Portland State in 1972. Following his collegiate career, Marshall was drafted in the 10th round of the 1973 NFL College Draft by the Denver Broncos.