Football

Joshua

Martin

Weirton Madonna High School

New Cumberland, WV

CLASS: 2014

GENDER: MALE

height: 7' weight: 285

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Joshua Martin

CLASS

'14

Joshua has committed to Urbana University

Joshua Martin Stats

Athletic Stats

  • 245
    Bench max
Position(s) Offensive Tackle, Defensive Tackle
Defense
DefenseSeasonCareer
Tackles56102
Tackle assists817
Sacks49
Sack yards2143
Forced fumbles23
Passes blocked613
Additional Info

2011 Returning starter
2012 West Virginia Class A Runner-up
2013 West Virginia Class A State Champions

Honors

2011 Sophomore Letter Winner
2012 Junior Letter Winner
2012 1st Team All-OVAC
2012 1st Team All Mason Dixon
2012 Member of the Ohio Valleys 10 blocks of granite offensive line
2012 Nominee for the Ohio Valleys Blocks of Granite Offensive Linemen of the year
2012 Offensive Tackle 2nd Team All-State West Virginia Class A
2013 101 Players to Watch in West Virginia
2013 West Virginia 1st team All State West Virginia Class A
2013 1st Team All-OVAC
2013 1st Team All Mason Dixon
2013 Member of the Ohio Valleys 10 Blocks of granite offensive line

Team Record Home Away Neutral Overall
Wins 23 13 2 38
Losses 2 6 2 10

Teams & Coach Information

High School Coach:
Doug Taylor

Service

How I am involved in service in my community and why these efforts are important to me:

Begining my freshman year, for one week in the summer, I attend Lend A Hand for Appalachia. The organization takes high school students to Appalachia areas in West Virginia and helps those in need. I have built ramps for the elderly. Put in a new floor for a needy person. Put a roof on a womans house that had been leaking for years. This experience has given me the opportunity to help many needy people by doing things for them that they can't do themselves. I am very proud of my accomplishments in helping these people. I plan on continuing this through my college years. I am also an active volunteer for my church. I especially enjoy delivering fish orders during the lenten season.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. One example of how I have demonstrated leadership in both areas:

I try to present myself in a professional manner on the field. I like to get my teammates pumped and ready to go for the games. Off the field I take the time to acknowledge the young kids that come to watch us play every week. Some of the kids are huge fans of our high school team. I put together a few teammates and attended an 8 year olds birthday party. We presented him with a signed ball from the team. I really enjoy trying to be a good role model to these young football fans.

How I pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete:

It is my duty to stay in shape and live a clean and healthy lifestyle. No drug or alcohol use are tolerated by a healthy athlete.