Marquette King burst onto the scene after stepping on an airplane for the first time in his life, headed for the Kohl's Kicking College Elite Camp. Since that week in 2010 headed into his senior year at Fort Valley State, King has grown very close with the Kohl's Kicking Staff traveling the country and showing he's one of the hardest working punters in the game.
In 2012, after a successful tryout with the Oakland Raiders, King signed a Free Agent contract and spent the first season on Injured Reserve. After beating out seasoned NFL veterans, Marquette won the starting job for the 2013 season.
So far in Marquette’s career, he is averaging 46.7 yards per punt and has a total of 128 punts inside the 20. He was named Second-team All-Pro for the 2016 season.