AS A JUNIOR IN 2010:
• Played in all 11 games with 10 starts.
• Ranked second on the team with 95 total tackles, including
61 solo stops and two tackles for loss.
• Also had two interceptions, two pass breakups and a forced
• Finished the season fourth in the Patriot League in tackles
and sixth in interceptions, while ranking 42nd in the nation in
• Reached double-figures in tackles four times on the
• Led the team with a season-high 18 total tackles at
• Recorded 12 tackles, a tackle for loss, a forced fumble and
two pass breakups at Georgetown.
• Totaled 14 tackles during the victory at Lafayette.
• Made 10 total tackles during the win at Colgate.
• Had eight solo tackles, an interception and a tackle for
loss vs. Lehigh.
• Registered three tackles and an interception in the win over
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009:
• Saw action in 11 games, starting the final two contests of
• Totaled 31 tackles on the year, including 27 solo stops and
two tackles for loss.
• Led the team with a season-high 13 tackles at Villanova in
the NCAA playoffs, with two tackles for loss and a pass
• Totaled 10 tackles at Bucknell.
• Had two tackles and a key fumble recovery in the win over
• Also recorded two tackles against both Dartmouth and
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008:
• Played in three games as a backup linebacker and on special
• Made two tackles on the year.
• Posted tackles against Brown and Bucknell.
• Played for coach Gerald Brence at Plano Senior High
• Named unanimous first team All-District and first team
All-County in 2007.
• Selected honorable mention Class 5A All-State as a
• Served as team captain in 2007.
• Totaled 321 tackles over the course of his high school
career, with seven sacks, 30 tackles for loss, five forced fumbles
and seven pass breakups.
• Team posted a 30-9 overall record during his three years on
• As a senior, team went 13-2 and advanced to the Class 5A
state semfinals at Texas Stadium.
• Received the All-American Scholar Award.
• Son of Janice and Craig Martin, Sr.
• Majoring in Studio Art.
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