Quiet summer for Martin

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Harper Woods (Mich.) Chandler Park 2016 wide receiver Jalen Martin has not been able to add to his offer list after coming into the summer with four in hand.
A pulled leg muscle meant the 6-foot-2, 192-pound Martin was only able to attend one college camp this summer.
"I went to the Ohio State camp," Martin said. "They said to keep up the good work and they would stay in touch."
Martin was supposed to attend camps at Michigan State and Penn State this month, but was unable to complete those plans. He may visit Michigan for their barbeque on Sunday, and he plans to get to one of their games in the fall.
"I for sure want to go up to Michigan and watch my man C'sonte (York) play," Martin said. "I want to go to an Ohio State game because I have not been to an Ohio State game. I want to go to a Michigan State game as well."
Among the schools that have yet to offer, Michigan State is one that Martin keeps in touch with most frequently.
"I've talked to coach (Terry) Samuel and coach (Curtis) Blackwell at Michigan State," Martin said. "When I talked to them they do always have something positive to say. They tell me what I need to do to separate myself from others in my class."
Although he has been limited in the number of camps he could attend this summer, Martin has been putting in the work to separate himself on the field this fall.
"I have pretty much 24-hour access to my school. On the practice field, tires are out there, ladders, cones and things of that nature," Martin said. "I'll go out there and work on that while other people are playing games or asleep. My brother plays for Eastern Michigan on the basketball team, so me and him are out there working."
The four schools that have offered Martin already are Akron, Eastern Michigan, Toledo and Western Michigan.
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