A.J. Marshall

Shrine-East All-Stars #17 - Free Safety

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 195

Wake Forest Football Players Since 2000 Fantasy Draft


Five BSD writers got together for a fantasy draft of Deacs

Is Wake Forest the next rebuild?

Dave Clawson has three successful rebuilds on his résumé; he might pull off a fourth at Wake Forest, but it will take us a year or two to figure that out. Barring a miraculous offensive turnaround,...


East-West Shrine Game roster preview

The next stop in the draft process is Tropicana Field.

Recruiting Round Up: Cameron Glenn


Wake Forest receives assurance from safety Cameron Glenn, who has the ability to make an impact for the Demon Deacons from day one.

Couldn't Be Happier: Week Nine


Bart looks back at the Deacs' game against Miami, discusses Wake's new found success with the spread offensive line scheme, and discusses the aggressive defensive effort Wake has put forth lately.

Preview: Wake Forest vs. Maryland


Find out everything you need to know about this year's Maryland football team and how they matchup against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

Couldn't Be Happier: Week Five


In his weekly op-ed Bart extols the virtues of the coaching staff's superior play calling throughout the season, throws out ideas about a real-live Kinal Kounter, and looks ahead to N.C. State's...

Talking Wake Forest Football With BloggerSoDear

#therivalry week has begun, what do we need to know about Wake Forest? A Wake Forest blog gives us the low down.

Wake Forest and the cat-and-mouse game

Injuries, youth, and a small margin for error conspired against Wake Forest in 2012. Can offensive tweaks and defensive health lead to another bounce back for Jim Grobe and his Demon Deacons?

Deacons land transfer safety from Air Force


Junior safety Anthony Wooding Jr., who was a starter for the majority of the 2010 and 2011 season before being kicked off the Air Force team prior to 2012, will transfer to Wake Forest to conclude...

Tim Duffie departs Wake Forest to coach OK State


Wake Forest loses secondary coach Tim Duffie to Oklahoma State.

The View from Section 2


Armed with only a voice recorder and accompanied by two ne'er do well miscreants, John Mundy takes you inside the world of Row JJ.