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10 Ingle Martin
  • Quarterback
  • 6-3, 219
  • 2001-2003, 2L
  • Nashville, TN (Montgomery Bell Academy)

CAREER: Played in 16 games for a total of 246 plays with 4 starts...Saw time at quarterback, wide receiver and was the team's punter for seven of the last eight games of the 2002 season...Completed 54-of-87 career passes for 750 yards with his longest pass play gaining 50 yards...Averaged 35.2 yards per punt on 46 punts with 17 downed inside the 20-yard line...Transferred to Furman after the 2003 regular season…

2003: Started the first four games (SJSU, Miami, FAMU, Tennessee) at QB…Set a school record for quarterback debuts, throwing 43 consecutive passes without an interception…Made his first career start against San Jose State, hitting 14-of-23 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown, all career highs…Helped the Gators jump out to a commanding 30-3 lead at the half, connecting on 10-of-17 passes for 156 yards and a touchdown vs. San Jose State…The Gators scored on four-of-six possessions with Martin at the helm in the opener…Played a solid game against Miami, completing 7-of-10 passes for 114 yards and a touchdown before leaving the game with a concussion…Found Carlos Perez wide open for a career-best 50-yard touchdown pass that started a 30-0 run for the Gators vs. Miami…Had a 13-yard rush against Miami, the second longest run of his career…Completed an extremely efficient 10-of-12 outing against Florida A&M…Posted 139 yards passing, the second best total of his career, while finding DeShawn Wynn on an eight-yard touchdown pass vs. FAMU…Was named a UF game captain vs. Tennessee…Posted career highs in completions (16), attempts (32) and yards (205) against Tennessee…

2002: Saw action in 12 of 13 games (all but Miami) for 100 plays… Backup quarterback who was the starting punter (vs. Ole Miss, LSU, Georgia, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, FSU and Michigan in the Outback Bowl)…Lined up at wide receiver in eight games (Tennessee, Kentucky, Ole Miss, LSU, Auburn, Vanderbilt, South Carolina and FSU)…Completed seven of 10 passes for 96 yards…Caught two passes for 14 yards and rushed 11 times for 51 yards (4.6 average)…Averaged 35.2 yards per punt on 46 punts for 1,619 yards…Named a UF game captain the week of the LSU game…Led Gators on eight play, 68 yard scoring drive vs. Auburn to give UF a 14-0 lead …Averaged 5.3 yards per carry (4 rushes for 21 yards) against Auburn…Had two runs over 10 yards (14 yard rush vs. UAB and 11 yard rush vs. Auburn)…Booted a 70- yarder, during his collegiate punting debut vs. Ole Miss…70-yard punt vs. Ole Miss ties for fifth longest in UF history…Had eight punts vs. LSU for an average of 37.9 yds, including a 54-yarder…

2001: Spent the 2001 season with the scout team at quarterback and was redshirted…Won UF's John Eibner Award (presented annually to the unsung hero on the scout team)…

PREP: Considered one of the nation's top prep quarterbacks in 2000… Named to prestigious Parade All-America Team… Named to PrepStar's All-America Dream- Team and that publication ranked him among the nation's top dozen QBs… Ranked among the nation's top five prep QBs by National Bluechips… Ranked among the nation's top 20 QBs by Prep Football Report and among the nation's top 15 signal-callers by Rivals.com… Named to SuperPrep's All-America team and that publication ranked him the top player in the state of Tennessee and among the nation's top 25 QBs…A two-time Division II Player of the Year in Tennessee…Led Montgomery Bell Academy to three consecutive Tennessee state championships with 32 consecutive wins and final USA Today National Top 25 rankings in both 1999 and 2000…As a senior was 62-137 for 964 passing yards with seven TDs and also rushed for 935 yards…As a junior, 97-140 passing for 1,450 yards and 14 TDs…Was 6-of-9 on field goal attempts in 2000 with three field goals of better than 50 yards, including a school-record 56-yarder…Also visited Tennessee, LSU, Alabama and Virginia… High school coach was Ricky Bowers…

PERSONAL: Born Harry Ingle Martin IV on August 15, 1982 in Memphis, Tennessee… Parents: Harry III and Anne Martin.

MAJOR: Business Administration.


Career Passing Stats:
gms att cmp yds pct int tds long p.eff
2002 10 7 96 70.0 0 0 25 150.64
2003 77 47 654 61.0 2 3 50 140.05
TOTAL 87 54 750 62.1 2 3 50 141.26
Career Rushing Stats:
year no. yds avg tds long
2002 11 51 4.6 0 14
2003 14 19 1.4 0 13
Totals 25 70 2.8 0 14
Career Receiving Stats:
year no. yds avg tds long
2002 2 14 7.0 0 9
2003 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 14 7.0 0 9
Career Punting Stats:
year no. yds avg long tb fc 120 blkd
2002 46 1,619 35.2 70 4 4 17 0
Total 46 1,619 35.2 70 4 4 17 0

CAREER HIGHS
Attempts: 32 (Tennessee, 2003)
Completions: 16 (Tennessee, 2003)
Longest Pass: 50 yards (Miami, 2003)
Passing Yards: 205 (Tennessee, 2003)
Passing Touchdowns: 1 (three times, last vs. FAMU, 2003)

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