BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore campaign. Also named to a number of all-America teams
since 2006. Led the team in receiving as a senior, posting 95/1,867/22 after 67/927/11 as a junior, when he missed two games
with a shoulder injury. Sophomore totals included 73/1,169/10.
POSITIVES: Sure-handed pass catcher with marginal size/speed numbers. Smart, tough, and fights to come away with the throw. Displays
good focus, eye/hand coordination, and consistently extends to make the reception away from his frame. Gets up in a crowd
for the difficult catch, displays himself to be a sturdy receiver, and takes a pounding yet holds onto the throw. Uses his
frame to shield away opponents, nicely adjusts to the errant throw, and quickly transitions from making the reception to running
after the catch.
NEGATIVES: Possesses marginal playing speed, and does not get separation down the field. Should be a better blocker.
ANALYSIS: Martin has been ultra-productive the past three seasons, and his reliability could help him catch on at the next level as
a fifth receiver.