CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Capital quarterback and defensive back Kerry Martin, Jr. on Saturday announced his top seven schools, narrowing down the recruiting process prior to his senior season.
“I would like to thank all universities that have been recruiting me and believe in my ability to play football,” Martin said on Twitter. “I want to thank my family, all my coaches, teammates and friends that molded me into the person I am today. With that being said, I will be focusing on these schools (in no particular order), but my recruitment is still open.”
Martin, 6-foot-2, 188 pounds, listed Cincinnati, Rutgers, West Virginia, Army, Marshall, Western Kentucky and Ohio as his current top seven schools.
The senior standout received an offer from WVU earlier this month. He’s part of a larger pool of high-level in-state prospects for the class of 2019, which will include at least 10 D-I recruits.
Martin is coming off of a junior season where he threw for 2,532 yards and 32 touchdowns (8 interceptions), while rushing for another 1,072 yards and 17 more scores.