On January 1, 2022, four-star safety Cole Martin verbally committed to the Oregon Ducks to play out his collegiate career. The commitment to the Ducks came largely in part to his father, Demetrice Martin, being on the coaching staff there in Eugene, Oregon.
According to the National Letter of Intent website, the initial signing day for early enrollment is December 21st with the signing day for regular enrollment on February 1, 2023. So the window is closing for high school athletes to decide on where they want to extend their athletic careers. But for those that have decided where they want to go to college, signing day is rapidly approaching.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to what could happen before December 21st because no ink has been put to paper. This is why Louisville commit Pierce Clarkson is actively recruiting Cole Martin to Louisville.
The Basha High School product will be hard to peel away from playing for his father but if anyone can do it, Louisville can. Louisville is second on his list, according to 247 Sports, and he just recently visited Flyville.
If Coach Satterfield and company can pull this legendary signing off, then Martin would surely move Louisville’s recruiting class upward. He would join current Flyville cornerback commits Aaron Williams and Rayquan Adkins. The future secondary for the Cardinals is looking bright and it’s very possible that one of these athletes could join the likes of Jaire Alexander and play on Sundays.