Regardless of not having a lot of big plays in his career, Xavian Marks was on a trio of Southeastern Conference Championship teams (2015-16, 2018) and two College Football Playoff National Championship teams (2015, 2017) in his four seasons at Alabama.
A native of Rosenberg, Texas, he was a late addition to the Crimson Tide’s 2015 signing class and he served at both wide receiver and on special teams. He totaled 43 receiving yards, 187 punt return yards, 123 kick return yards and returned one punt for a touchdown in his tenure.
The 5-foot-8, 174-pounder had the ability to make people miss in space, and he was also a stalwart on Alabama’s track and field team.
Despite putting his name in the transfer portal in March of 2019, Marks is currently training back home for his Pro Day coming up soon.
Alabama Alumni’ Xavian Marks, training for his ProDay. Can’t wait to see what doors god will open for this young man. pic.twitter.com/X9fXBNUdX7
— Clyde Marks (@CoachClydeM) January 31, 2020
His lone career score for the Tide came in 2016 on a 75-yard punt return.
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