The Pocket QB Commits Transfers To UNLV

I always had Tate Martell labeled as a bust in high school and nothing that happened since changed as he flamed out at Ohio State and Miami. This is after he committed to three colleges in high school.

But Martell, who is only 5-11 (Pocket QB), is now transferring to UNLV.

It makes sense because he is from Las Vegas. And it’s more his level (presumably).

The guy always seemed more interested in his image, like when he bought twitter followers in high school. So we’ll see how it works out.

7 thoughts on “The Pocket QB Commits Transfers To UNLV

  1. Who knows? Maybe it will work out. He was a real good QB in high school. I think that his height killed him in college. He’s not 5-11….more like 5-9 or 5-10

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  2. Why take a dump on this guy?

    Why not have more about the massive re-alignment in college football, with the SEC becoming even more powerful. So where does that leave the Pac-12 and Pac-12 teams?

    Can USC afford to have Helton as head coach during this time? With the massive quakes of NIL and conference re-alignment and media rights re-negotiation, the cost of having poor coaching is massive. My guess is that Helton reduces the value of USC football by $500 million.

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    1. You’re probably right. Helton could become a bigger liability than ever. This is the wrong time for mediocrities to be in charge of the football program & Athletic Department —- and yet….. if the Trojans rise to the occasion and do what they’re capable of this season, all could turn out just fine…


  3. hi folks, heres two slow qb wentz hes always injuring himself !!!!and from texas another knuckle head evers to ohio state ? this guy bruce yo ung fanies himself a business man whats he selling at alabama ?/ aaahhh brice what!? sincerely, Edward


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