Martin knows he can play at any school he chooses. What he is looking for is a place to call home, a place where he feels he fits in all areas --- football, academically and socially.
"For me, this weekend was a big part of seeing how well I fit in with the players," the number seven ranked defensive end by Scout.com said. "I loved seeing the type of players and people they are recruiting. I like Duke [Lemmens] … that's my boy right there. He is goofy, man he is goofy. He is nice kid, but goofy. I also liked Brandon Siler. I talked to him a little bit Friday night. He is a real nice guy."
Martin was also sold on the coaching staff.
"Coach [Urban] Meyer is a great person and real down to earth," Martin said. "He's a real honest guy also. I like that. He is a class act and shoots straight with you. I can't say enough about Coach [Greg] Mattison he is just a great guy and well respected by his players."
He went through a chronology of the trip and talked about parts that really stood out.
"We met with the team on Friday and then we meant to the basketball game," he said. "Joakim Noah is a monster. After that we went back to the hotel. Saturday we went to breakfast and met with the coaches and players. When it got closer to the game we went to the walk and watched that and then went to the game.
"It went pretty well. The blocked field goal was the best part of the trip. It was a great atmosphere. That was crazy. Every time the players threw their hands up to make more noise, the crowd went crazy."
One thing really stood out about Mattison's troops. Martin had his eye on the players that he could someday replace.
"I just liked how hard they played," Martin said. "Jarvis Moss was playing hard all night and making tackles."
He continued his chronology of the visit and talked about something he saw after the game.
"We went out afterwards and that was alright," he said. "We went to a tailgate and got to see Shaquille O'Neal's RV. It had a big 'S' on it and it was pretty nice. I got to see downtown Gainesville. It really is a college town.
"[Sunday] was more of an academic day. They showed us how they break it down in semesters. We also met with Coach Meyer and Coach Mattison. They told me they want me to be a Gator."
The experience made more of an impression on Martin than he expected. There may be an extra cog in his plans that he possibly overlooked a little when it comes time to make a final choice of colleges.
"It made my decision a lot harder because it is a great atmosphere down there and it would be a wonderful place to play," he said. "I just can't single one school out over the other ones right now."