2007: Played in every game as a junior free safety and registered 18 tackles (nine solos) on the year, more total tackles than he recorded in first two seasons as a Bear (12) combined ... Produced six multi-tackle games ... Tallied career-high six tackles (three solos) in first career start vs. Texas Tech when the Bears opened in a Dime package ... Totaled three tackles (two solos) vs. Rice and at Texas A&M ... Had a fumble recovery in season-opener at No. 22 TCU ... Moved from rover to free safety after sophomore season ... Saw action on 155 snaps, 94 of which came over season's final three games ... Played career-high 55 snaps against Texas Tech ... Earned third Baylor letter.
2006: Saw action in nine games as a sophomore rover ... Registered eight tackles (five solos) on year ... Had a season-high five tackles (three solos) in season-finale vs. No. 16 Oklahoma ... Played 73 snaps to earn second Baylor monogram.
2005: As redshirt freshman behind two-time All-Big 12 performer Willie Andrews, appeared in nine games, mainly on special teams, to earn first letter ... Had four tackles (two solos) on year ... Had solo tackles at SMU and vs. Oklahoma State ... Played 85 snaps.
2004: Sat out the season as a redshirt.
High School: Lancaster High School, Lancaster, Texas ... Played both quarterback and safety as a prep senior ... State champion in 110- and 300-meter hurdles as a senior, when he also ran on Lancaster's state champion 4x400-meter relay unit ... Transferred to Lancaster after playing his first three years at Duncanville (Texas) High School, where he started at strong safety as a junior ... Regional qualifier in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles at Duncanville, and was also a member of the school's 4x400-meter relay team ... Coached by Andrew Jackson at Lancaster, a District 16-4A school.
Personal: The son of Melvin and Cathy Price, Marlon Reshad Price was born June 11, 1986, in Dallas, Texas ... Management major.