Auburn's Marshall has a desire to succeed in the NFL

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Auburn Tigers quarterback Nick Marshall is somewhat of an unknown quantity at his position, but regardless of this he still has dreams of playing in the NFL. 

Marshall made his desires about being an top notch NFL quarterback in February at which point he made it clear to all that he sees himself as a signal caller for life. 

Some people believe he has the ability to move position in the NFL, but Marshall clearly believes he has what it takes to be successful when the time comes. 

“That’s my dream,” Marshall said according to “I know that I’ll be able to play quarterback at the next level.”

One of the things that lets down Marshall down is his mechanics. To be successful in the NFL he needs to develop and become a more accomplished pocket passer. 

He could well be one of the most intriguing QB's in the 2015 draft class because of his athletic abilities. 

We will see whether he does indeed improve his mechanics, because only if he does will he be considered an NFL prospect when his time comes. 

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