Today marks the start of the the regular signing period in college football. Over the next few days, some prospects will officially sign their letter of intent and set their football future in stone.
Kohl's CommentsMartin recently attended the July 2020 Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp. He is a talented young college prospect who continues to work hard at refining his technique to be ready to compete at the next level. Martin attended a June 2020 Showcase. He had some impressive moments at camp and showed well during the kickoff and punting charting phases of camp. He was able to score 9 points on FG's. Martin continues to develop and is close to moving up in the Kohl's rankings. Martin also attended the 2019 National Scholarship Camp. He demonstrated advanced coordination and command of his body. He was able to chart in all three disciplines at camp, and had some impressive hits during the event. He has solid leg speed and attacks the ball well on his kickoffs, where he was able to chart a big ball of 65 yards. He charted several punts over 44 yards.
Although I am still young, I have had two instances in which I could have lost my life. Given these experiences, I recognize that I need to take advantage of every opportunity and that you must also create opportunities.
I do not shy away from that which is difficult. I challenge myself academically by taking rigorous honors level classes even though I am an athlete. Athletically, I seek additional football training outside of my team practices by working with kicking specialist during the majority of the off season because I strive to constantly improve of my kicking skills. Numerous coaches have commented that my technique has developed to be quite impressive.
During the MIAA championship game I helped Mount Saint
Joseph take the lead over undefeated McDonogh School by executing a 34-yard field goal
that allowed us to play more conservatively on offense and propelled us to a
17-10 win. Winning the MIAA championship moved our team to a #30 national
ranking to close 2019 and 2020 preseason #16.
I hope to gain entry to an excellent university business school where student athletes such as myself are challenged both academically and athletically. My Contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org ; phone 667-218-0009; https://twitter.com/smartin_kicker
Awards & Honors
- Qualified for National Merit Scholarship Consideration
- Physics Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Contest Winner and set a new school record for holding over 600 lbs.
- GPA: 3.26
- ACT: 23
|07/25/2020||Morgantown, WV - 2 Day Training Camp|
|06/24/2020||Baltimore, MD - 1 Day Training Camp|
|02/29/2020||Bradenton, FL - 2 Day Training Camp|
|10/21/2018||Baltimore, MD Fall Assessment Event|
|06/20/2018||Baltimore, MD - 1 Day Training Camp|
Average Distance: 62.00 yards | Average Hang Time: 3.54 seconds
Average Distance: 30.33 yards | Average Hang Time: 3.37 seconds
Average Distance: 65.00 yards | Average Hang Time: 3.29 seconds
Average Distance: 39.00 yards | Average Hang Time: 3.70 seconds
Average Distance: 60.33 yards | Average Hang Time: 2.62 seconds
Average Distance: 25.33 yards | Average Hang Time: 3.45 seconds
Average Distance: 52.25 yards | Average Hang Time: 2.92 seconds
Average Distance: 51.00 yards | Average Hang Time: 3.05 seconds
Average Distance: 20.67 yards | Average Hang Time: 2.92 seconds
Weekly Game Stats
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Season stats for Scott are unavailable at this time.