Potentially one of the top defenders in Colorado for the class of 2014, Jacob Martin of Cherokee Trail has garnered multiple offers from schools across the nation. From his offer sheet Martin has narrowed his list to Colorado State, Wyoming and Temple.
This past weekend Martin stayed close to home taking his official to Colorado State. Regarding the trip to Fort Collins Martin stated, "It went well, I had the chance to meet with the Vice President of the Liberal Arts College." Talking football and the Rams, Martin says he will play on the edge in Colorado State's hybrid 3-4. This position fits nicely with Martin's skill set of athleticism and toughness.
This weekend Martin heads east to take his official at Temple. Speaking of Temple Martin cites the coaches and the fact that the program is moving in the right direction as reasons for his interest in the Owls.
Martin's final visit takes place on the 31st when he visits Wyoming. The key to Martin's interest in Wyoming is Head Coach Craig Bohl and his staff. Speaking of Bohl and the Cowboy coaches Martin says, "they know success and it is contagious, they are doing all the right things."
Right now, the 6-3 225 pound Martin is working out and getting ready for college football. Martin plans on finishing his visits before he makes his final decision and he plans on waiting until signing day to make his announcement.