For his career, the Stockton, California native rushed for 3,431 yards and 43 touchdowns. That ranks him fifth and third respectively on the school's all-time list in those categories. He also added 715 receiving yards, four receiving touchdowns and finished fifth in school history with 4,885 all-purpose yards.
Martin finished off his collegiate career with a bang, earning Las Vegas Bowl MVP honors after totaling a bowl record 301 all-purpose yards, including a 100 yard kickoff return for a touchdown to start the game. He also ran for another score in the victory over Arizona State, finishing the night with 151 yards on the ground. Martin, a first team All-Mountain West selection this year, wrapped up his senior campaign with 1,299 rushing yards and 19 total touchdowns. He also accounted for 1,892 all-purpose yards in 2011, good enough for second-best in the MWC.
Started each of the Broncos' 13 games...named first-team All-Western Athletic Conference...set career highs in carries (201) and yards (1,260)...yardage total is the sixth-highest in a single season in school history...6.26 yards-per-carry average ranks fifth all-time in Boise State single-season history...scored 12 touchdowns on the ground, tied for 10th-most in a single season in school history...also set season highs through the air, catching 28 passes for 338 yards and two touchdowns...became the 11th different Bronco to record a 1,000-yard season on the ground...turned in the 16th 1,000-yard rushing season in school history, surpassing the plateau against No. 19 Nevada (Nov. 26)...averaged 96.92 yards per game, ranking 24th-nationally...122.92 all-purpose yards per game ranked 44th-nationally...2,132 career rushing yards ranks ninth all-time...just the 10th Bronco in school history to surpass 2,000 career rushing yards...27 career rushing touchdowns ranks eighth all-time...had six 100-yard games in 2010, increasing his career total to 10, a mark that ranks tied for seventh all-time at Boise State...had 105 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries against Wyoming (Sept. 18)...19 carries for 138 yards against No. 24 Oregon State (Sept. 25) game him 100-plus in back-to-back games...150 yards and two scores on 21 carries against Louisiana Tech (Oct. 26)...16 rushes for 117 yards and two touchdowns at Idaho (Nov. 12)...24 carries for a career-high 152 yards and two touchdowns at No. 19 Nevada (Nov. 26)...17 carries for 147 yards against Utah in MAACO Bowl Las Vegas (Dec. 22)...84-yard touchdown run against the Utes was a career-long and the second-longest run from scrimmage in school history...caught three passes for a season-high 78 yards against the Wolf Pack...scored on a career-long 79-yard reception against the Wolf Pack, giving him scores both on the ground and through the air for the second time in 2010...also accomplished the feat at New Mexico State (Oct. 1)...season-high 24 carries in back-to-back games against Fresno State (Nov. 19) and at Nevada...caught multiple passes in eight games, including a streak of five-straight...season-high four receptions three times...received the team's Iron Bronco Award for strength at the season-ending banquet.
Moved to the defensive side of the ball during spring drills after playing running back the past two seasons....Primarily played special teams and defense in the first three games, recording seven tackles and forcing one fumble...Moved back to running back following an injury to DJ Harper...Scored the winning touchdown of the 2010 Fiesta Bowl ...Finished the season with the most rushing touchdowns of any Bronco (15)...Rushed for 765 yards on 129 carries...Finished tied at seventh in WAC in scoring (TDs) and 10th in rushing...Top game of the season came at Utah State where he tallied 121 rushing yards on 13 carries with four touchdowns...Also caught 8 passes for 68 yards...Finished the season with 16 tackles...Won the Denny Erickson (Valor) Award as voted on by the coaches.
Played in 11 games ... Slowed by pulled hamstring at start of his freshman season ... Played primarily on special teams ... Won "Hammer" award at end of season for most physical special teams play ... Carried ball 24 times for 107 yards and caught two passes for 53 yards ... Averaged 4.5 yards per rush ... Returned 10 kicks for 223 yards ... Made 11 tackles on special teams.
Lettered in football and track and field twice at Saint Mary's High School in Stockton, Calif., As a senior, named Stockton Sports Hall of Fame Best Offensive Back in San Joaquin County after leading the Tri-City Athletic League in yards per game. Named