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Cameron Martinez

SAF

Player profile

  • Height 5-10
  • Weight 190
  • Hometown Muskegon, Mich.
  • Last School Muskegon
  • Year 3rd Year

Follow on Social Media
Twitter: @C_Mart1k
Instagram: @cmart10k

Ohio State Overview
• Cameron is in his third year with the football program and has four seasons of eligibility
• He is a two-time OSU Scholar-Athlete and an Academic all-Big Ten Conference honoree who is majoring in psychology
• Earned his first Varsity O letter last season after playing in all 13 games
• Played significant amount of defensive snaps in 2021 vs. Tulsa, Akron, Rutgers, Maryland and Michigan State
• Made his first two collegiate starts last season, vs. Akron and Rutgers
• Contributed 23 tackles on the season along with four pass break-ups and an interception
• His interception was a 61-yard “pick-6” vs. Tulsa
• Had a career-best seven tackles vs. Tulsa and had five in the Rose Bowl win vs. Utah
• Played in one game in 2020, vs. Indiana, and ultimately red-shirted the season as a true freshman

Honors & Awards
2021: OSU Scholar-Athlete; Academic All-Big Ten Conference
2020: OSU Scholar-Athlete

More on Cam
• Four-star prospect who is rated as the nation’s No. 14 athlete by 247Sports.com
• Played quarterback for Muskegon High School
• Won three different awards as the Michigan player of the year, including the title of Mr. Football
• Was also the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year, MLive.com Player of the Year and Associated Press Division 3-4 Player of the Year
• Became the first player to win the MLive.com Player of the Year award twice in his career
• Passed for 1,258 yards and rushed for 2,124 as a senior while accounting for 47 touchdowns
• Helped Muskegon to three state championship games and one title in his career
• Was 26-2 as a starting quarterback for the Big Red
• Owns Muskegon single-game records for rushing yards (352) and touchdowns (six) and the single-season rushing record (2,526 as a junior in 2018)
• In his 52-game high school career, Martinez finished with 6,954 rushing yards, which is 11th most on the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s all-time list and second most among quarterbacks
• Began his high school career at Muskegon Catholic where he played both quarterback and in the secondary
• Also played basketball for Muskegon
• Dad is Steve Martinez, mother is Keisha Guy and step-father is Keith Guy