"It was great," Martin said on combine performance. "I have done everything in nice orderly fashion. I just wanted to prove my speed. I want to prove everyone I know what it takes to be successful in life."
Martin, who just finished his sophomore season, said he currently has an offer from Eastern Michigan after a strong 2013 season.
"I did good," Martin said on sophomore campaign. "I had 44 catches, 12 touchdowns and over 1,000-yards (receiving). It was a pretty good season."
At 6-foot-1, 192-pounds, Martin has been in contact with Michigan and has been on campus for some unofficial visits. While the Wolverines have yet offer, Martin admits there is a lot to like about the Maize and Blue.
"I like their fan base, pro-style offense, a lot of people come to their games,' Martin said on the Wolverines. "You really can't find a parking space. It's crazy, the fans are dedicated to come their favorite school play. It's just a wonderful atmosphere."
Michigan's in-state rival Michigan State has been in contact as well, said Martin. And while he just has the one offer, he says he is looking for a certain aspects from his future schools when he takes visits.
"I'm looking to see which school has the tighter connection as a family," Martin said. "not only on the field, but on the outside on who is going to help me and get a degree. Who would I have that relationship with that's going to make me feel comfortable with joining their program."