Marlon Devon Mack. Marlon was born in Sarasota, Florida on March 7, 1996 and is listed at 6'0'', 210 lbs. After growing up and playing football in Sarasota, Mack was recruited to the University of South Florida where he engraved himself as an all-time USF great. He set both the freshmen and all-time rushing records at USF and entered the NFL draft after his junior year in 2017. He finished his collegiate career with 3,609 rushing yards on 586 carries with 32 rushing touchdowns.
Mack was selected 143rd overall in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts. In his first two seasons with the Colts, Mack has accounted for 1,266 yards rushing with 12 rushing touchdowns. He has added 38 receptions for 328 yards and 2 touchdowns in the air. In his two playoff appearances, Marlon has rushed for 1 touchdown with 194 yards rushing and averages an impressive 5.9 yards per rush. In his first playoff game of his career, Mack broke the Colts' franchise record for most rush yards in a playoff game with 148 yards on the ground. In the 2019 season, Marlon became one of the most productive backs in football. He became the Colts best rusher in the last 15 seasons since being given the starting role. He also set several career highs in 2019, including rushing yards and games started.